MindManager for Mac 13; great for managing projects

Corel acquired Mindjet a good while ago and it has done what the old MindManager team never bothered to do: it puts a lot of power into the hands of Mac users. MindManager for Mac version 13 is a true project management tool. If you ever wondered why you should use MindManager instead of some other Mac-based mind mapping tool, this new version will give you a clear answer.… Read More MindManager for Mac 13; great for managing projects

Flashbender v3 review

I imagine many photographers have at least one FlashBender with them at all times as it is a flash light modifier that can direct, soften or diffuse light efficiently, while it’s lightweight enough and foldable to take it with you in your photo bag.… Read More Flashbender v3 review

Plugable USB 3.1 Gen.2 NVMe SSD enclosure & Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD

NVMe SSDs are meant to be built-in into a computer as a high-speed hard disk replacement or in an external device that usually sells as a black box, i.e. you can’t open it, add or remove SSDs from it. That definition is quickly becoming obsolete, though, as a growing number of vendors such as Plugable and OWC are offering enclosures that allow you to quickly switch between different NVMe SSDs.… Read More Plugable USB 3.1 Gen.2 NVMe SSD enclosure & Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD

Better than a task manager or a calendar: Fantastical 3 Premium

I’ve been wondering how you can set up a scheduling system with a calendar app since I reviewed Sorted 3 a couple of weeks ago. I have Fantastical on my system from its early days, but although the upgrade to the latest version — which was free — enabled some of its Premium subscription features, not all were included and to use Fantastical as an automatic scheduling system you do need a few Premium features such as the proposed meeting time feature and custom colours. However, Premium comes with more good stuff.… Read More Better than a task manager or a calendar: Fantastical 3 Premium

Audio Hijack Live Stream Block streams audio to Youtube, Facebook, Periscope and others

When Covid–19 struck, Rogue Amoeba received extensive user requests to make live streaming available immediately as people are confined to their homes the world over. The Live Stream block supports live streaming audio to RTMP servers like YouTube Live, Twitch, and Periscope. It enables Audio Hijack users to deliver a live feed while recording a podcast or transmitting content like a concert. Listeners can tune in right through their browsers, as well as in branded apps.… Read More Audio Hijack Live Stream Block streams audio to Youtube, Facebook, Periscope and others