25 Free Mac Apps That Will Boost Your Productivity


There are many applications that can help you work faster and efficiently. Though, not many applications come cheap. For this post we tried to digg deep to find the best selection of free and/or open source Mac applications that will help you be a more efficient designer. We’re covering from application launchers, GTD (Getting Things Done) to design utilities that can help you focus on what’s important: create.

1. aLunch

aLunch661 is a very lightweight but powerful application that does what it is supposed to do and nothing more: a handy launcher that runs from within the menu bar. The application was written back in 2007, and two years later it still proves to be a strong contender.


aLunch helps you get all your apps organized and get an uncluttered dock. You can customize a hot key combination so a launcher window shows and let’s you choose either a Launcher window or go to the Launcher Menu. You can use this application with a Mac running OSX 10.4 or higher. If you have an earlier OS X such as 10.3, you need to update to version 10.3.9 to use an earlier version of the application.

2. Adobe Kuler

Adobe’s Creative Suite 4 applications – Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Fireworks and Flash – have an Extension panel that connects directly to Kuler673, the web-hosted application for generating color themes. Not many designers take advantage of a powerful tool like this one. Logging into Kuler.com with your Adobe ID, you can create color swatches themes from a color, share, rate and search the community color schemes, and upload or use a Flickr image to extract color themes so you can download them as an Adobe Swatch Exchange file that’s compatible with Adobe applications.


But you can also access the Kuler site from its own standalone application to get more flexibility. Also there is a Dashboard widget to help you browse through your color schemes and the communities. To install Kuler Desktop you need to have Mac OS X 10.4.11 or Mac OS X 10.5.4 and up, with Adobe Air5 and Flash Player6 installed.

3. Name Changer

Name Changer687 is a very straightforward and simple tool that will help you rename batches of files without the hassle of Automator or Photoshop batch change – the latter can get a little too technical for some users.

Name Changer8

This application saves you the time of naming each file manually. Name Changer gives you a wide variety of options that go from select text replacement to fully customizable text replacement. Designed for OSX 10.5, NameChanger is a Universal Binary, so it runs on both Intel and PowerPC macs. If you have a OSX 10.3 or 10.4 Mac, there’s a version that you can use too, so those Macs with earlier OS can still use the application.

4. YemuZip

YemuZip699 is a more powerful Zip-archive application that with a simple drag and drop interface, makes creating zip files an easy task. YemuZip lets you choose between a PC-compatible format and a Mac format that preserve all the Mac-specific metadata.

Name Changer10

The tool lets you choose the destination of your zip file (same as source, Desktop or Documents) and can attach the file to an email message for easy sending. Runs on OS X 10.4 or later and it is an Universal Binary.

5. Dateline

A subtle replacement for having the date shown on the Menu bar, Dateline7011 gives you a linear calendar on your desktop within a transparent window. One very useful feature is that it has direct access to iCal when double clicking on a day.


The background and text colors are fully customizable along with transparency to make it blend seamlessly with your current desktop. This application requires Mac OS X 10.5 and higher.

6. DropBox

DropBox13 is by far the easiest way to share files if you are on a low budget and do not want to be bothered with server side issues when sharing files with clients. Since it’s an application that runs in the background, you can leave it running and it does the file updates on the machines seamlessly. You have a 2GB limit for the free accounts, 50GB for the Pro account at $99.00 per year or a 100GB for the Premium account at US$199 per year.

Another useful aspect of this app is that you can sign in and access your files from any browser, not necessarily from your Mac. The file sharing is done over SSL and encrypted with AES-256 before storage, so they are safe. From the visual side, a blue sync mark shows when the files are syncing and a green check mark appears when it’s done. What’s best, it’s that it’s not just for Mac, it’s compatible with Windows and Linux.


Every time you update a file, Dropbox transfers what was updated from the original uploaded file, so working with large Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign documents is a breeze. If you need to share files with users that don’t have Dropbox, you can use your Public folder and all the files in that folder will be given a unique link so you can send that for a direct download. And if you accidentally delete a file, you can “undelete it” from the web interface. Overall, it’s a time saving application when you want a fast way to share files with clients or co-workers.

7. Quicksilver

Quicksilver7215 is a powerful application launcher, an application that will create catalogs of your frequently used apps, folders and documents. What’s interesting is that the search grows and adapts from what you do everyday. One very useful feature, If you have all your contacts in Address Book is that you can search within Quicksilver the contact name and when you hit enter on the telephone number, it shows on big type over the screen, so it’s a quick way of looking at a phone number without launching Address Book itself. An alternative: Namely16.


You can enhance Quicksilver with plugins to do more powerful things, like uploading files using applications as Transmit7318, Queue albums on iTunes19, emailing files or even moving the file’s location without doing it from the Finder. To run Quicksilver, you need a Mac with OS X 10.4 or higher.

8. iClockr

This is a small application that tracks your work time. You can set up different projects, and tasks for each project, and associate them to a client. The concept around iClockr7520 is to have actions timed, for that you create tasks to be timed and those tasks add up to create a project. Each task is timed with a stopwatch, even the application’s dock icon changes to a stopwatch.


You can edit the task durations for better and more exact timing. iClockr also offers two modes to manage your times: Flat Rate or Range based. You can match each project with customers (within the application’s Preferences pane). iClockr is a Mac Universal application that runs on Leopard only.

9. Caffeine

When video chatting or having a voice-only-call with a client, Caffeine7622 has proved its place on Macs. Caffeine prevents your mac of going to sleep, dimming the screen and avoids the screen savers to start.


To get to the application’s preferences, hold down the Command key while clicking to show the menu. Lightheads’ website doesn’t specify if Caffeine works with other OS versions different than Leopard.

10. iTool

iTool7724 is a free application that offers a complete system maintenance and cleaning. It has a friendly user interface that guides you to complete the needed maitenance task.


Also, hidden on the Application menu (not found on the application’s main window), you can reach other options to tweak the look of the Dock (2D or 3D) or the Finder among others. This application is Leopard only.

11. The Unarchiver

For those short on budget, there’s a very light and powerfull free app called The Unarchiver7826. It allows you to extract many more file formats besides the .zip, such as .tar-gzip, .tar-bzip2, .rar, 7-zip, .lhA and stuffIt. Also it better handles filenames from foreign character sets, created with non-English versions of other operating systems.

The Unarchiver27

The installation is very simple: copy the applications into your Applications folder and start using the application. The Unarchiver requires Mac OS X 10.3.9.

12. Paparazzi!

Paparazzi!7928 is a small utility for Mac OS X that makes screenshots of web-pages. Paparazzi! allows you to define minimum size and capture size, so you can capture the best screenshot according to your needs. You can choose between saving the resulting picture as .jpeg, .pdf, .png or .tiff, also adding a thumbnail and thumbnail icon. Its current version, 0.4.3 works on Mac OS X 10.3 or later, and their 0.5 beta is Leopard only.


13. AllBookmarks

AllBookmarks8030 is a small menu bar item that provides you with a quick access to your browser’s bookmarks. It grabs Safari, Firefox and Flock bookmarks and also gives you access to 1Password31 1Click bookmarks so you can navigate, fill a form and submit it with ease. The tool is a Universal Binary application which means that it works on Intel or PowerPC Macs, running OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard).


14. DockSpaces

DockSpaces33 is a small application that allows you to have up to 10 different docks, and swap them from the menu bar. You can also link a Dock with a Leopard’s Spaces34 so you can redefine your productivity. With Growl notification, you know which dock you are using. You can change the configuration for each dock for a more personalized usage. This application is a Universal Binary and Leopard only.


15. TaskMate

TaskMate8136 is a very simple and light task management application. Create a task, check it off when completed and it disappears from your list. The completed tasks are visible on the sidebar that you can toggle on and off. TaskMate runs on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and it is a Universal Binary Application.


16. Symbol Caddy

The Symbol Caddy Dashboard widget38 keeps a bunch of common special characters at your fingertips. Keyboard mode copies the special character and HTML mode copies the HTML entity code. Mac OS X 10.5.0 or higher is required. CharacterPal39 does the same and is also freeware.

Symbol Caddy Dashboard widget40

17. iZoom

iZoom8341 is a simple application designed to allow you to easily resize and crop your photos for optimized display on your iPod photo, on the web, or in email messages to friends. Built using Java, iZoom is available for Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows. Currently, JPEG is the only supported image format.


18. JumpCut

Jumpcut43 is an application that provides “clipboard buffering” — that is, access to text that you’ve cut or copied, even if you’ve subsequently cut or copied something else. The goal of Jumpcut’s interface is to provide quick, natural, intuitive access to your clipboard’s history. The application is available as a Universal Binary that requires OS X 10.3.9 or later. Users running earlier versions of OS X should try Jumpcut 0.54, which should work with OS X 10.1 and later. Source code is also available. Jumpcut is open sourced under the MIT License.

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19. Name Mangler

Name Mangler8546 is a batch file renamer that supports all common renaming tasks: Find and Replace (including support for regular expressions); Number Sequentially; Change Case; Set Extension; Add Prefix/Suffix; Remove/Insert Characters. You can combine all of these using the Advanced renaming mode, which even comes with some extra features, such as conditional statements, nested counters etc. Name Mangler 2.0 runs natively on both Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs and requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later.


20. CyberDuck

Cyberduck48 is an open source FTP, SFTP-client and also a WebDAV, Mosso Cloud Files and Amazon S3 browser for the Mac. It features an easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The outline view of the browser allows to browse large folder structures efficiently and you can quickly preview files with Quick Look. To edit files, a seamless integration with several external editors makes it easy to change content quickly. An alternative: Filezilla49.


21. TextWrangler

TextWrangler8751 is the powerful general purpose text editor, and Unix and server administrator’s tool. Essentially, it is a free version of BBEdit (see below). It offers a broad range of support for different programming languages, and fantastic find and replace functionality. A reliable and powerful tool, especially considering its freeware status. (via appstorm.net52). Requires: Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Alternatives: eMacs53, Smultron54, TextEdit (native Mac-app).

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22. Growl

Growl8857 is a notification system for Mac OS X: it allows applications that support Growl to send you notifications. Growl offers you complete control over which notifications are shown and how they are displayed. You will not receive any notifications that you do not want, because you can easily turn notifications (specific ones or all of them) off. Growl requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.


23. Gmail Notifr

Gmail Notifr8959 sends you notifications about the received e-mails and other events in your Google account. It supports multiple accounts, checks mail at a specified interval, has Growl and sound notifications and has no background daemon processes installed as Google’s official notifier. Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5+ (Leopard).


24. MAMP

MAMP9061 installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your Mac OS X computer, be it PowerBook or iMac. MAMP will not compromise any existing Apache installation already running with your OS X. You can install Apache, PHP and MySQL without starting a script or having to change any configuration files.


25. And so many more!

Our friends from Appstorm.net have recently published The Ultimate Mac Setup For Web Designers: 60 Apps63 and 60 Open Source and Free Mac Apps64 which cover dozens of extremely useful and powerful applications that you can download and use for free. You can also check out the list of open source Mac applications on OpenSourceMac.org65.

We missed some really cool open source Mac-application? Please let us know in the comments to this post!

All the links mentioned in the article.

  • aLunch661
    A very handy launcher that runs from your Mac’s menu bar.
  • Kuler673
    Color themes generator.
  • Name Changer687
    A powerful batch name changer.
  • YemuZip699
    Creating Zip files has never been so easy.
  • Dateline7011
    Linear calendar for your desktop.
  • DropBox71
    Online file sharing system.
  • Quicksilver7215
    Adaptive appliction launcher.
  • Transmit7318
    Powerful FTP client software.
  • iTunes74
    Digital media player from Apple.
  • iClockr7520
    Timing application for multiple projects.
  • Caffeine7622
    Keep your mac from sleep.
  • iTool7724
    Complete System Maintenance, cleaning and customizing the look of Leopard.
  • The Unarchiver7826
    Unarchive with power.
  • Paparazzi!7928
    Grab stunning screenshots of webpages.
  • AllBookmarks8030
    Bookmarks from your menu bar.
  • TaskMate8136
    Task management made easy with a OS X feel.
  • Symbol Caddy82
    Keeps a bunch of common special characters at your fingertips.
  • iZoom8341
    Allows you to easily resize and crop your photos for optimized display.
  • JumpCut84
    Provides “clipboard buffering” – access to text that you’ve cut or copied, even if you’ve subsequently cut or copied something else.
  • Name Mangler8546
    A batch file renamer that supports all common renaming tasks.
  • CyberDuck86
    An open source FTP, SFTP-client.
  • TextWrangler8751
    The powerful general purpose text editor, and Unix and server administrator’s tool.
  • Growl8857
    A notification system for Mac OS X.
  • Gmail Notifr8959
    Sends you notifications about the received e-mails and other events in your Google account.
  • MAMP9061
    Installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your Mac OS X computer.


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  1. 1

    You did it…again! Great list! Thank you SM!

  2. 52

    I’m always looking for lightweight and productive apps for my Mac, however I’d like to suggest CleanArchiver for creating zip files. Its super lightweight and allows you to customize your zip file a little more than YemuZip does.

  3. 103

    Great list, I am using a few already but iTool is no longer available from the source you have linked too. The developer has taken it down :(

  4. 154

    @ 43.

    “Michael Murdock, CEO

    Stop spamming your crappy services, do not advertise!

    With a site and talent at such a low level you would probably do better by not directing people to your nonsense.

  5. 205

    Quicksilver should be #1 and the rest of the list should be filed under “Not really that good but we have a list to compile or we won’t get on the front page of Digg dammit!”

  6. 256

    John Fishlock, Helicopter pilot

    July 6, 2009 8:36 am

    Shame itool is not available anymore, it looks like a great tool.

  7. 307

    Pishabh Badmaash

    July 6, 2009 9:55 am

    God Blass!

  8. 358

    I love SnapNDrag for screenshots. It lets you do window, selection, or screen. It keeps a list of all the screenshots — open them in Preview and tweak then save them or discard them. Super easy and free! I use it multiple times a week to save clippings of great UIs and experiences throughout the web.


  9. 409

    Plus points to Smashing Mag for correcting the title. As for those who feel there’s no distinction between ‘Open Source’ and ‘free software’ you could not be more mistaken. There are any number of legal, patent, copyright, and fair use issues involved at levels much deeper than simplistic ‘I can download and use it for free..’ attitudes.

    Open Source

  10. 460

    Dockspaces is not on the last list ;-)
    Anyway, great list, thanks.

  11. 511

    Great list, there was a bunch I haden’t heard of :)

  12. 562

    For a color picker, I like Contrast-A Contrast-A, a freeware product from Adobe AIR Marketplace. It has the added advantage of selecting color pairs that have enough contrast to pass accessibility guidelines, which means that using one as foreground and the other as background produces text that almost anyone can read easily. (It even shows you what it would look like to people with colorblindness.)

  13. 613

    Cool, Kuler is really good! I’ve been struggling to find a good colour scheme for my new site and it really helps.

  14. 664

    Diogo Iglésias

    July 8, 2009 2:42 pm

    Great! I can’t wait for that Windows list.


  15. 715

    Thanks, I picked up several new apps from this.

  16. 766

    wow!…. #*$% thanks….

  17. 817

    Paparazzi! 0.5b is actually Tiger+

  18. 868

    Brian was right with his comment that Spotlight should be mentioned when talking about application launchers, just as Text Edit was mentioned when talking about Text Wrangler. He wasn’t saying it should have it’s own paragraph Kevinn!

    For those of you going on about Skitch, yeah it’s cool, but it’s in Beta, NOT freeware or donationware.

    @13 Adrian, if you think there are so much better options, they why the heck would you not mention any?? Just a poor attempt to look clever?

    Got a couple from the list myself. Great! DockSpaces might actually get me to believe Spaces is actually worth something. It sure as heck does me no good right now.

  19. 919

    I apologize for being negative but I really didn’t find this list all that useful. While some of these “could” be useful if you need something specific… most of them are just robust apps that IMO would just clutter my system.

    However, good job on finding unique apps that not a lot of people post on.

    props for mentioning quicksilver. Basically the best mac app ever. people, if you don’t use quicksilver yet… download it.

  20. 970

    Quite a few I have been already using but in this article I have found something in addition to what I have now. iClockr is one of the things I will try with my photo sessions.

  21. 1021

    Good post! I love “Symbol Caddy”!

  22. 1072

    nice list. and while we’re being more productive….Dejal’s Time Out is a beautifully designed free mac program that reminds you to take a break and rest your eyes:

  23. 1123

    You should have included Hex Color Picker – http://wafflesoftware.net/hexpicker
    It’s very, very useful, as OS X’s default color picker doesn’t support choosing colours based on their hex value.

  24. 1174

    You thankfully pointed out the fundamental tools of my daily workflow; without Namely and Name Mangler, I’d be completely unproductive. In fact, I have removed everything from my dock (except for running programs), and use nothing but Namely to launch apps. If you want clutter and bloat, grab Quicksilver. If you want lightweight, speedy, and “always there but not in the way,” choose Namely.

    As for Name Mangler, the built-in grammar makes it more valuable than every other comparable utility. Despite being a terminal whiz, I still prefer to use Name Mangler instead of find, sed, and mv.

  25. 1225

    I don’t know what I would do without DropBox. I took a number of frre apps and created a list of here http://tinyurl.com/freemacapps

  26. 1276

    Thanks for putting this list together.
    Really good one. Good job.

  27. 1327

    Wow, this is a really reference for Free Mac apps, I already downloaded some, and I love them. Thanks!

  28. 1378

    Kuler is not only a Mac application but works on a PC as well.

  29. 1429

    Great, thanks, very helpful. will be good for South Africans

  30. 1480

    Don’t forget Blender (3D) Software (opensource)

  31. 1531

    Emacs is not spelled “eMacs”, and the original Emacs has nothing to do with apple. Not everything is apple-centric. You’re probably going to anger any linux/unix guru that comes across this page.

  32. 1582

    Great App. Thank you.

  33. 1633

    I’ve noticed a bunch of people who are complaining that the title, at one point in time, mentioned open source apps while the content featured links to apps that were not open source. Why this outrages anyone is beyond me, the only good thing about open source apps is that they’re free anyways. Who cares if they’re labeled open source or not? Does it make them less usable and functional because Smashing Mag called them “open source” when they really weren’t? Of course not.

    Use the apps, or don’t. The methods by which an app is developed is unimportant if the app is good, functional, and useful for somebody.

  34. 1684

    glad i luv this web.

  35. 1735

    I only have 3 days using Snow Leopard, and this list is very useful, thanks a lot!

  36. 1786

    The Things app would be intersting to have since i’m very disorganized =/
    The thing is that i don’t have a mac…
    any software with an acceptable interface that can reach the Things app for mac?

  37. 1837


    June 4, 2010 9:29 pm

    Awesome, don’t forget to check another mac apps here http://osxstation.com

  38. 1888
  39. 1939

    Technology Details

    July 6, 2010 12:29 pm

    tats great n cool….
    Technology Details

  40. 1990

    The Things app would be intersting to have since i’m very disorganized juan

  41. 2041

    Excellent list, nice to see I was already using a few of them. I got the website screenshot maker one added to my systems too now.

  42. 2092

    I’m new to mac – this is a very good list thank you for sharing. this site has also helped me as a mac newbie with free mac software: http://www.free-open-source.com. Smashing mag is very very good – keep up the good work

  43. 2143

    Great list of apps. I love Kuler and use it all the time.

  44. 2194

    Hi All,

    I found 201 mac apps in mebaze. It’s really good just take a look (http://mebaze.com/freebies/201-most-essential-mac-apps).

  45. 2245

    Cool stuff, thx for release. Are they free? I have found some of them on filetram.

  46. 2296

    FOund this list just at the right time.
    Hopefully with this list I can get my disorganised act together.

  47. 2347

    DateLine is no longer free, and should therefore be removed from this list.

  48. 2398

    DateLine is not a free app!

  49. 2449

    Next time you do a list you should include “ixPaste”. That certainly boosted my productivity

  50. 2500

    JSCAPE’s AnyClient is another good FTP client that is Mac compatible. Platform independent and supports FTP, FTPS, SFTP and Amazon S3. Check it out at http://www.anyclient.com


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