Wry is a command-line client for App.net for Mac OS X 10.7+ (Lion), written in Objective-C.
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cocoaDialog is an OS X application that allows the use of common GUI controls such as file selectors, text input, progress bars, yes/no confirmations and more with a command-line application. It requires no knowledge of Cocoa, and is ideal for use in shell and Perl scripts (or Ruby, or Python, or… etc).
Task Till Dawn is a free task scheduler which can execute your repetitive tasks (i.e. open files or applications) at specified times or intervals.
Get Plain Text is a practical utility program to process text within Mac OS: It converts copied text into plain text.
Get Plain Text will convert any bit of text into plain text, no matter where you copied it from (a website, PDF document or elsewhere). You can activate the feature manually, or check “Automatically remove formatting” to make the app take care of it every time you copy something.
Mini Display turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into an external display through Wi-Fi.
MacUtil is a customization application for the Mac. It allow you to make your mac your own, with lots of customization options ranging from two dimensional docks to modifications of CoreOS files.
Horcrux lets you automatically backup your mails from any IMAP supported accounts (Gmail, Microsoft Exchange etc) with great ease.
The backups take place silently and unobtrusively in the background.
A keyboard-driven colour picker for OS X—whack a command key combo and the colour under your cursor is added to your clipboard, in the format of your choice (Hex, RGB, HSL, &c.).
xctool is a replacement for Apple’s xcodebuild that makes it easier to build and test iOS and Mac products. It’s especially helpful for continuous integration.
Quicksand is a free Mac app that syncs your recently opened files with the cloud.
Quicksand takes the hassle out of cloud storage: every time you open a file, it’s automatically synced to your favourite cloud storage solution, without you even having to think about it. This means that you’ll always have access to the files you’ve been working on recently, wherever you are, whenever you need them.