Limited Time Offer: 92% off the supercharge your mac bundle [Deals]

This bundle of 9 apps will extend and stretch your Mac's functionality.
This bundle of 9 apps will extend and stretch your Mac's functionality.
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If your computer is like a swiss army knife, this 9-app bundle is like a blade sharpening kit. From photo editing to website building and remote file access, there’s plenty here to make your computer even more useful than you imagined possible. Plus, at a whopping 92% off, it’s a steal for $39.99 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Last chance to save big on Drive Genius 4, the award-winning app for maintaining & repairing your Mac [Deals]

Drive Genius 4 can keep your drive healthy, repair it when it's sick, and even revive it when it dies.
Drive Genius 4 can keep your drive healthy, repair it when it's sick, and even revive it when it dies.
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Our computers live and die by their hard drives, so it’s important to stay on top of their health. Drive Genius 4 is one of the best ways to keep your hard drive tuned, healthy, and even to bring it back from the dead if it crashes. Right now it’s going for almost half off, just $49.99 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Dropzone’s latest upgrade breathes new life into drag-and-drop

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The latest update to Dropzone makes it even more useful.
The latest update to Dropzone makes it even more useful.
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This post is brought to you by Aptonic Limited, maker of Dropzone.

Drag-and-drop functionality — which lets us quickly and easily move files from place to place, into apps, onto websites — might be the most fundamental way we interact with our computers. That’s why we’re impressed by Dropzone: It’s basically an upgrade of good ol’ drag-and-drop for OS X.

With version 3.5, which drops today, Dropzone is even better.

How to get desktop notifications for Gmail in OS X without using Mail

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You can use Gmail's web app and get Notifications in OS X with Aura.
You can use Gmail's web app and get Notifications in OS X with Aura.
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If you use Gmail – and let’s face it, most of us do – one of the biggest draws of using an external app, like OS X Mail, is being able to get Notifications when new emails arrive. Unfortunately, many email apps don’t support Gmail’s best features natively, like labeling, search or automatically filtered inboxes.

If you’d like to get Notifications when a new Gmail comes in, but continue to use the Gmail web app instead of a dedicated client, here’s how.

Just like the Apple Watch, this Mac app reminds you to stand up

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Your Mac can help you get healthier with a free app called Stand.
Your Mac can help you get healthier with a free app called Stand.
Photo: Stand

Your Apple Watch tells you to stand up periodically to maintain your health. It’s a small feature, but it’s actually one of the Apple Watch’s killer apps.

If you don’t have an Apple Watch, though, you’re in luck. There’s a new app in town that does the same thing.