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Make Your Mac Look Like Your iPhone With This Great iOS 7-Like Icon Set [OS X Tips]

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We’ve already shown you how to make your Mac look more like your iPhone running iOS 6, so we thought we would change it up a bit.

Today, let’s make your Mac look like Apple’s latest and greatest iOS 7 with this icon pack from Deviant Art user iynque (Andrew Williams) and a free copy of Panic’s fantastic Mac theming app, CandyBar.

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CandyBar From Panic Gets Mountain Lion Support, Goes Free Due To Uncertain Future

CandyBar From Panic Gets Mountain Lion Support, Goes Free Due To Uncertain Future

CandyBar for Mac is now free, but its days may be numbered.

Panic’s terrific CandyBar tool has just been updated to support OS X Mountain Lion, and if you don’t already own it, you can now pick it up for free. Panic will no longer be charging for the app because of the new restrictions Apple has introduced to Mac OS X, which means CandyBar’s future is now unclear.

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Make your Dock and Wallpaper Look More Like Your iPhone [OS X Tips]

Make your Dock and Wallpaper Look More Like Your iPhone [OS X Tips]

Ever wished your Mac could look more like your iPhone? Well, according to this video and today’s tip, it can. Pull up a chair, the nearest Mac with OS X on it, and your downloading fingers. Here’s how you do it.

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Changing Application Icons In Mac OS X [Video How-To]

Changing Application Icons In Mac OS X [Video How-To]

Have you ever had the desire to change how your applications look your Mac? Perhaps you want them to look like the icons found in iOS, as seen in the picture above? Although fairly unknown, it is possible in Mac OS X. All you’ll need to get started is img2icns. While there is no plain and obvious way to go about it, it’s actually fairly simple once you know what to do, as demonstrated in this video.

Changing Application Icons In Mac OS X [Video How-To]