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Organized

Organized 1.11

Take care of the little jobs with Organized, a new widget from iSlayer featuring a calendar with events, world clocks, notes and to do's. The calendar and to do's utilize OS X's inbuilt databases, so they're always in sync with iCal and Mail. The world...

Toady

Toady 2.0

Toady is a very nice little programm that compliments you as often as you need it. Using the widely spread Growl Notifaction System Toady sucks up to you from the background without disturbing your workflow. Yet you can enjoy Toady's colorful and cheering...

MultiSeeker is a Dashboard widget that supports multiple search engines with a focus on privacy. MultiSeeker has a special focus on privacy and security; it will use TLS/SSL to encrypt your queries wherever it is possible to do so, and it will never...

Icon Tools is a contextual menu plug-in that lets you not only copy and paste icons via Control-click actions, but also customize your icons. After Icon Tools is installed, control-clicking on an icon will bring up three new options within the pop-up...

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Want a new look for Hotline? Try spicing up your user client with this graphical add-on. With several hundred icons to choose from, you'll be able to find the image that suits your personality. This latest version features more than 400 icons and several...

Iconographer is a an icon editor. It allows you to both change the icons of items, as well as edit the icon resources used by various programs. Iconographer has been created from the ground up to deal with many icon formats. These include: classic Mac OS...

Use GooSearch to search webpages, images, directories, groups listed on Google.com via one application. Translating webpages, submitting webpages, search media files and the advanced search option are some of the others features of GooSearch. GooSearch is...

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IconIt

IconIt 1.1.4

IconIt takes the hassle out of assigning new icons to files and folders in Mac OS X. IconIt puts a convenient menu of all your icons in the toolbar of the Finder. Just select the file or folder you want to change, choose your new icon from the menu, and...

You can copy the full path to a file (as an URL or Finder filepath), create a new clipping file from text on the clipboard, and choose colors for use in Web pages by sampling pixels anywhere on your desktop (I find this indispensible! See a color you like...