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This little app allows you to control the iTunes volume using volume-up and volume-down hotkeys from your keyboard.
It allows you also to control the same iTunes volume by means of your Apple Remote control.
This is particularly useful to control the volume of AirPlay devices.
Day-O is a simple menu bar clock replacement with a simple calendar for your Mac.
Via Mac Gems.
Ridiculously Uncomplicated Mac os x Python Statusbar apps.
rumps is for any console-based program that would benefit from a simple configuration toolbar or launch menu.
Via The Changelog.
CloudyTabs is a simple menu bar application that lists your iCloud Tabs.
Visits is a Mac [menu bar] app that pulls in your Google Analytics data so you can see your site’s traffic without lifting a finger. It gives you hour by hour breakdown of your traffic as well as yesterday, this week and this month. It also shows your most important metrics like top content, referrals and search keywords.
Quickly boot into your Boot Camp partition from the menubar.
[A] tool for the casual RSS user. The app is almost invisible: It is embedded in the status menu and uses Mountain Lion’s Notification Center to alert you of new posts.
Hacker Bar lives in the Mac menu bar and provides a steady stream of the top news stories from Y Combinator.
Apple’s online bug reporter is slow, and requires you to log in each time you want to use it, making filing bugs a slow process. QuickRadar runs in the background on your Mac, giving you a keyboard shortcut to instantly open a window to type your bug report.