Chiaki: A FOSS Cross Platform Client for PlayStation 4 Remote Play

an unofficial, free and open source PlayStation 4 Remote Play Client for Linux, macOS and Windows

PlayStation 4 has a feature called Remote Play that lets you stream and play your PS4 games, switch between games, view your PS4 home screen and browse the console’s menus, on any compatible device that’s connected to your broadband network.

Officially, Remote Play only works with macOS, Windows, iOS and Android but now, thanks to a free and open source client, you can play your favorite PS4 game remotely on a Linux desktop too.

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HOW TO: Watch YouTube and Keep Your Subscriptions Without Ads and Google’s Tracking

all the youtube glory without ads, tracking and annoyances

Ditching Google and all its services is not that hard. Except for YouTube and Maps. At least that’s the case for most users.

However, some users don’t know that they can still use YouTube without using YouTube. Confused?

You can still watch YouTube videos and have all of your subscriptions but without Google’s tracking, without cookies, ads, bypass georestrictions and other annoyances. Intrigued?

Jump over the break to learn more…

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Cool Apps For Your Terminal

a bunch of cool cli terminal apps you can use right now

For some reason, most macOS users avoid the terminal. Some of them don’t even know a shell even exists.

I’m not going into why you’d better off using the terminal, at least for the most common tasks. But I am going to show you some cool and fun cli apps that you can install and use right now. Maybe this will spark your interest.

Jump over the break to check out the apps, in no particular order…

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HOW TO: Download The macOS Mojave Installer

Download the macOS Mojave for safe keeping

Now that macOS Catalina has been officially released, it might be a good idea to also download a copy of the macOS Mojave installer and archive it somewhere on an external drive. You’ll never know when you need it.

The good news is that Apple didn’t remove it from the Mac App Store. The not-so-good news is: good luck finding it.

Fortunatelly there’s this KBase article that has a direct link to macOS Mojave.