Deal of the Day: Free Mac Software

Posted on 02. Feb, 2006 by in Saving & Investing

I’m a hybrid – a PC notebook user by day and a G5 iMac user by night. And I know that a number of readers here are also Mac users – so this deal of the day is for you. OpenSourceMac.org has a very clean collection of free, open-source Mac programs that are wonderful replacements for the larger and more expensive applications. The list is very comprehensive with many categories and contains something for everyone. From the collection on the OpenSourceMac.org I am currently using:

  • Firefox
  • Thunderbird
  • NeoOffice (wordprocessing and spreadsheets)
  • Cyberduck (FTP)
  • Cocoalicious

2 Responses to “Deal of the Day: Free Mac Software”

  1. Jon

    10. Feb, 2008

    I am trying to make the transition from pc to mac. I wish things were a little more alike.

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  1. Data Circle » Open source Mac - February 2, 2006

    […] Found this via BeancounterBlog.com: Open Source Mac, a listing of the best free and open source software for OS X, in various categories from web browsing to sound recording. There’s the obvious and well-known pieces of software such as Firefox and Thunderbird, but also more obscure ones (at least that I haven’t heard of) such as Smultron for HTML editing. […]

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