free software for mac


Are you tired of not having enough games to play on your Macbook? Then getting Sixtyforce onto your system can help you make the most of your free time. Sixtyforce is actually a Nintendo 64 emulator that turns your mac into a gaming machine. It translates the code from normal Nintendo 64 games into a language that you macbook understands. Best of all, it's all for free so you can enjoy playing countless games right on your computer.


Got no plans of trading in your Macbook for a Kindle? Then you might want to get Tofu on your Mac to help you read your favorite e-books much easier. Tofu is a great application that helps you read a novel on your Mac as if you were reading an actual book. Most people hate the thought of reading a book on the computer screen; this little application helps to solve this problem. It helps make reading long reports, e-books or other long written material online so much easier.


It's not hard to notice that there are countless "get things done" or GTD programs available online. Another one that takes its place on the roster is ThinkingRock. This program will help you get things done without any hassles. The program is great at forcing you to organize things logically following a strict process of collecting, processing, organizing and reviewing, so no more excuses.


Tracking your time is made much easier if you use Lumina. The program is a very handy tool created especially for Mac users. Lumina, formerly called iClockr, is a straightforward program that helps you keep track of all your projects and how much time you spend on them. It helps you organize and know just exactly how much time you've spent on a particular task. If in case you are busy and like keeping all your work organized or simply love being productive by dividing your time, then Lumina would be a very helpful program.