Apple is set to unveil OS X 10.10 at WWDC 2014 next month, but it’ll still be a long summer before we can install a public release on our Mac. Will Jony Ive deliver an iOS 7-inspired flat UI ( well, updated iOS 8 UI ) ? Will the UI changes will be minimal, but powerful under the hood? We’ll just have to wait. But, in the meantime you might want to check a new utility that lets you control and monitor various aspects of your Mac – Control Center for Mac.
Control Center for Mac is the ultimate utility for Mac OS X users. By using Control Center for Mac, you can control and monitor most aspects of your computer:
- iTunes/Spotify controller
- Realtime CPU/RAM and network monitor
- WiFi connectivity
- Bluetooth devices
- Sleep disabler
- Startup disk
- World Clock
- Alarm Clock
- Tweaks for controlling Finder, System and Services
- Simple note/task manager
Control Center is also a natural extension for iTunes and Spotify. Control anything from music playback and volume to album track selection. All without leaving your current application.
Everything is wrapped in a minimalistic interface that sits quality in the background and can be customized via its Theme feature.
Control Center for Mac is available for $10 with a 7-days trial period. Get it here