12 Mac Apps We Can’t Live Without

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totalapps

I have Caffeine on every single minute!
I trully like your list, and hope you will have a look at mine at totalapps blog :)

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greiss122

Instead of the $35 launchpad, try the free Alfred or Quicksilver. Both are just as powerful as launchpad (if not more so), and you save 35 bucks. I would also add Synergy to the list, as well as the free DropStuff, which quickly zips files or folders for emailing.

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Mystakill

I use Alfred so frequently to perform searches and a variety of other tasks that I had no qualms in upgrading to the PowerPack - alfredapp.com/powerpack

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OUfan08

Pandora does in fact have an application, it sitting in my dock right now and I use it every day!

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MINZ

I don't want or need any of the Apps That I Supposedly "Can't live without"

PS add Mac OS Lion to what I do Not Want - I Hate Monochrome Icons ! Best was "Leopard" Not Snow Leopard!

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William R Grubaugh

Ditto on OSX Lion, I may never upgrade again, it's beta garbage and they demand you pay for it, insane!!!

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brandonwalkermedia

wow thats the first time I've heard someone complain "its just too good" lol

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rozenblumic

Great list, thank you!

I would also add :

YouControlTunes (a quick, easy and unobtrusive way to control your iTunes from your menu bar—and it's free)

Default Folder X (helps you quickly navigate within common and recent folders, this program usually pops up for sale or in bundles)

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D0GG

Drop Box
Drop Copy Pro (quick easy simple file transfers between in house computers)
skitch (simple picture add on app)
Default Folder X (finder customization for save... but a lot more)
Magic Prefs (customization for the magic mouse and track pad)
HoudahSpot (awesome search tool)
text expander(spelling corrector and short letter replacement)
evernote (web available note taker)
Adium (chat)
VLC (old fav video player)
MplayerX (Becoming my new fav video player

Those would be the big ones that I can think of

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