I also have a 13″ MBA. Had it for 8 months and love it. Cyberduck is my all-time favourite file transfer client and it’s free.
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thanks I will check that out
CyberDuck is awesome. Macs also come with TextWrangler which is free and a damn good editor.
that is good when you are on OSx only
in my case I have 2 notebooks Win + OSx at home and still have to work on Win at work
winner for me is cross platform Sublimetext 2
but the title of the thread is web dev apps for mac – the free yet powerful TextWrangler deserves a mention (it doesn’t come with the Mac, but it is free). I agree that Sublimetext 2 is superior, but first used TextWrangler when I was starting out.
I added TextWrangler in the list and also BBEdit
Sorry, it’s been on my Mac so long I always assumed it came with it. It has almost all of the same features as BBedit, just easier on the wallet.
I started this topic almost a year ago.
I will be moving this list of Mac apps to Github because updating old post here does not make much sense.
Last question before closing this topic as solved.
I was curious what apps came out since 2013 which I might have missed.
**Are there any new cool apps you found this year ?**
iMazing; Cyberduch; Diskmaker X; Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player; Tune up are also pretty good for Mac users.
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