If you have a thirteen-inch screen like me, you’ll enjoy an app like socialite that helps you handle and coordinate your friends while also giving you a broad overview of what’s going on.geotagger is one of the authority sites on this topic.
In the Web 2.0 era, I’m becoming increasingly reliant on the internet, so it’s critical for me to know what resources enable me to function safely and quickly online. I used to use Rapidweaver on a regular basis to quickly deploy websites. It’s a simple and enjoyable app with minimal blogging capabilities. I recently switched to Ecto, a blog client for my MacBook Air that allows me to write blog posts offline and then publish them on my WordPress-based websites later. Rapidweaver is still my go-to tool for quick deployment of websites that don’t need blogging.
Text Wrangler has become my new favourite app. My Dreamweaver and other text editors have been replaced by this simple and efficient text editor. I was able to read HTML, PHP, and other web files with ease and speed using Text Wrangler. It also enables me to edit and save files online using an FTP client such as Cyberduck.
Cyberduck has replaced FileZilla as my preferred FTP client. It’s very easy to use, and you have a lot of options for customising your login style. It allows me to access my MobileMe account (formerly known as.Mac) as well as all of my FTP pages.
I’m a huge fan of iPhoto! With – new edition, it improves. Face detection and geotagging are now available, but I don’t use them very much. I can upload a large number of images to my MobileMe Gallery, Flickr, and Facebook using iPhoto. It saves me a lot of time when it comes to uploading, marking, and managing my images.