AirMessage allows you to use Apple’s iMessage on your Android phone. There’s no hacking involved and the whole process is super simple.
There’s no need for a third party app. macOS can do that for you out of the box
Computers go to sleep as a way to save energy and prevent unnecessary wear on your hardware. On macOS you can fine-tune this feature in System Preferences > Energy Saver.
But there are times when you might want to prevent your Mac from sleeping, for example until a certain task is completed. And changing the settings back and forth can be annoying.
There’s an easier way…
A simple, clean and cross-platform music player.
Here’s a quick and fun one: Museeks. This app aims to be a simple and easy to use music player with a clean UI. You will not find tons of features, as its goals is not to compete with more complete and (usually) commercial music players.
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Nuclear is a desktop music player focused on streaming from free sources
Spotify is great. So is Apple Music, Deezer and Tidal. The problem is, at least for some people, that they all are proprietary streaming services filled with ads, tracking and DRM. Unless you pay for the service which allows you to remove the ads and enable full functionality, but not to remove the tracking and DRM.