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  1. What do you like better, Windows or Mac. I would definitely go with Windows.
  2. Tracker Name: Mac-Torrents (MT) Genre: Other Sign-up Link: Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: N/A
  3. With more than 100,000 downloads on the first day alone, the non-jailbreak Popcorn Time app has already gained a massive audience. Today the developers behind the popular application released a Mac installer for the iOS app, hoping to conquer even more devices. A few weeks ago the fork surprised friend and foe by releasing a hack that allows anyone with an iPhone or iPad to install the iOS version of the popular app. Popcorn Time was already available on jailbroken iOS devices. However, the developers say that the app really took off when they released the Windows installer for non-jailbreak iOS devices. “On April 8th, the day of the release, Popcorn Time broke all previous records and was installed on more than 100,000 iOS devices in one day,†the Popcorn Time teams informs us. “None of the other releases we had since we picked up Popcorn Time evoked such a reaction. We literally stared at the numbers for hours,†they add. Today comes another big push as the Mac version of the installer has just been released. It works in a similar manner to the Windows version and allows people to install the Popcorn Time app in just a few clicks. With a Mac installer the Popcorn Time team soon hopes to welcome their millionth download for iOS. Despite the iOS surge Android remains the most popular platform for the fork at the moment. For a brief moment iOS was in second place, but it’s now back in third after Windows. The Popcorn Time developers think that after the iOSInstaller becomes public, so it can also be used for other apps, the popularity will rise again. “Now it’s #3 but we expect this figure to change once again when the team officially launches their app store which will be a ‘must use’ for all iOS users out there,†the Popcorn Time team says. With the iOS installers Popcorn Time is becoming an even bigger target. For Apple, but mostly for the movie studios who don’t want people to watch their content without paying for it. Last week the UK High Court ordered local ISPs to block the websites of several Popcorn Time forks including This renders the application useless locally, at least for those who haven’t found a workaround yet.
  4. Website Update After a lot of hard work, we've finished revamping our class system and our push notifications system. As a result, we now support Safari push notifications. Also, as a result of the new ranking system, you'll notice rank badges next to usernames on places like the forums. This allows for a more fluid experience, and makes it easier to tell who's staff (and there's badges for things like donator and VIP too!). Because of this new system, we've laid the groundwork so we can expand our website much more easily in the future if we want to. For more info, see forums.php?action=viewthread&threadid=180.
  5. Mac-Torrents August 2014 Review Tracker Name : Mac-Torrents Tracker Genre : Apps (MAC) Tracker Link : Tracker Signup : Closed/Invite Only Tracker Description : Mac-Torrents is private torrent tracker specialized in MAC apps,games,iPOD,iPHONE,iPAD,music and ebooks. Screenshots : Home : Category : Browse Torrents : Top 10 Torrents : Requests : Collages : Forums : Rules : Donate : Stats : Rating : Overall : 9/10 Torrents : 9/10 Speed : 9/10 Community : 9/10
  6. Tracker's Name: mac-torrents Genre: Other Sign-up Link: Closing date: n/a Additional information: Enabled users: 5,123 Torrents: 2,585 Requests: 80 (48.75% filled) Snatches: 112,901 Mac-Torrents is a private torrent tracker specialized in MAC apps,games,iPOD,iPad,e-books etc.The dont have the multitude of Brokenstone in torrents but is good as alternative.
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    Tracker Name: Genre: Miscellaneous Signup Link: Closing date: I thing very soon Additional information: This is the tracker only for MAC APPS. Torrent categories: Music, MacOs Apps, MacOs Games, iPhone/iPod, iPad, Other, E-Books Stats: Maximum users: 7,500 Enabled users: 5,330 Users active today: 479 (8.99%) Users active this week: 1,312 (24.62%) Users active this month: 2,527 (47.41%) Torrents: 2,519 Requests: 73 (53.42% filled) Snatches: 103,613 Peers: 6,982 Seeders: 6,909 Leechers: 73 Seeder/leecher ratio: 94.64
  8. Let's talk about hackintoshes! (A Hackintosh is a non-Apple computer that runs Mac OS X) Builds, issues, tips, questions e/t/c! Useful links for those who want to start:
  9. Preorder today and receive the Exoplanets Map Pack for free. The latest Sid Meier game, Civilization: Beyond Earth, launches later this week exclusively for PC. Mac and Linux players won't get to play right out of the gate, but Aspyr Media announced today that Beyond Earth will be available for those platforms through Steam and on Apple's Mac App Store sometime "this holiday season." Mac and Linux players can preorder a Steam code for Beyond Earth today through Aspyr' Preordering will net you the Exoplanets Map Pack as a free bonus. According to Aspyr, a prolific developer of Mac games, the Mac and Linux versions of Beyond Earth will "retain the same features and gameplay as the Windows PC version, while also offering cross-platform multiplayer via Steam." You can follow Aspyr's progress on the Mac and Linux versions of Beyond Earth through a special "Dev Diary" series at This is not the first time Aspyr Media has teamed up with Firaxis Games and 2K to bring a Sid Meier game to Mac. The developer was also behind the Mac versions of Civilization III, IV , and V. For more on Beyond Earth, be sure to watch the game's impressive intro cinematic (above), and then check out our previous coverage of the upcoming strategy game. Just yesterday, 2K announced that the Windows PC version is now available to pre-load, and that you can play Civilization V for free until October 23. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  10. Rumours of Fleetwood Mac will be joined on two of their tour dates with guest performer Rick Vito (lead guitarist from Fleetwood Mac! Wed 19 Nov NEW BRIGHTON Floral Pavilion Sat 22 Nov SCARBOROUGH The Grand Hall Having performed 500 major concert shows to over a half a million fans around the world since they formed over a decade ago, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac return to the UK to present a spectacular new stage production celebrating the music of the legendary rock supergroup Fleetwood Mac. Their new show will showcase and celebrate in meticulous note-for-note detail, all the classic hits from one of the most outstanding and enduring catalogues in the history of recorded music, and a legacy of blues, rock & pop classics that made Fleetwood Mac the icons of the music industry they are today. Recognised internationally as the leading tribute to Fleetwood Mac in their various incarnations, and with founding member Mick Fleetwood's golden seal of approval, this stunning show reflects on an epic journey of lasting relationships through changing eras and musical styles, from the exciting hub of the sixties London blues scene to staggering commercial success in the seventies and eighties, and beyond. Replicating perfectly the power and subtlety of Fleetwood Mac at their brilliant best, let timeless classics such as 'Black Magic Woman', 'Albatross', 'Go Your Own Way', 'Dreams', 'Gypsy' 'Say You Love Me', 'Sara', 'Oh Diane', 'Little Lies', 'Everywhere' and many more, take you on a nostalgic evening of breathtakingly outstanding musicianship; and all performed in the context where the songs work best ' a live stage. THE LONDON EVENING STANDARD UK TOUR DATES 2014 November Mon 10 Nov BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion Fri 14 Nov STOKE Victoria Hall Sat 15 Nov LLANDUDNO Venue Cymru Mon 17 Nov PERTH Concert Hall Tue 18 Nov EDINBURGH Queen's Hall Wed 19 Nov NEW BRIGHTON Floral Pavilion Sat 22 Nov SCARBOROUGH The Grand Hall Mon 24 Nov IPSWICH Regent Tue 25 Nov ST ALBANS Arena Thu 27 Nov NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall Fri 28 Nov COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre Sun 30 Nov MALVERN Forum December Mon 1 Dec OXFORD New Theatre Tue 2 Dec HARROGATE Royal Hall 2015 January Wed 21 Jan CREWE Lyceum Theatre Fri 23 Jan BELFAST Waterfront Sat 24 Jan DUBLIN Bord Gais Energy Theatre Mon 26 Jan BUXTON Opera House Tue 27 Jan CROYDON Ashcroft Theatre Wed 28 Jan YEOVIL Octagon Theatre Fri 30 Jan SHEFFIELD City Hall Sat 31 Jan LONDON Union Chapel February Sun 1 Feb DARTFORD Orchard Theatre Mon 2 Feb AYLESBURY Waterside Theatre Wed 4 Feb SWANSEA Grand Theatre Thu 5 Feb SALISBURY City Hall Fri 6 Feb DORKING Hall Sat 7 Feb SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion Mon 9 Feb SWINDON Wyvern Theatre Tue 10 Feb BRISTOL Colston Hall Thu 12 Feb BARNSTAPLE Queen's Theatre Fri 13 Feb BASINGSTOKE The Anvil Sat 14 Feb KINGS LYNN Corn Exchange Mon 16 Feb GATESHEAD The Sage Tue 17 Feb GLASGOW Pavilion Thu 19 Feb INVERNESS Eden Court Theatre Fri 20 Feb ABERDEEN Music Hall Sun 22 Feb DUNFERMLINE Alhambra Theatre Mon 23 Feb YORK Grand Opera House Tue 24 Feb SHREWSBURY Theatre Severn Wed 25 Feb LONDON Cadogan Hall Fri 27 Feb CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange Sat 28 Feb SALFORD The Lowry March Mon 2 Mar T-WELLS Assembly Hall Tue 3 Mar HIGH WYCOMBE Swan Wed 4 Mar PRESTON Guildhall Thu 5 Mar LVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall Sat 7 Mar BIRMINGHAM Town Hall Sun 8 Mar WATFORD Colosseum Mon 9 Mar PORTSMOUTH Guildhall Tue 10 Mar NORTHAMPTON Derngate Thu 12 Mar SCUNTHORPE Baths Hall Sat 14 Mar PYMOUTH Pavilions Sun 15 Mar CARDIFF St David's Hall Thu 26 Mar NORWICH Theatre Royal Fri 27 Mar DARLINGTON Civic Theatre Tickets now on sale. Ticketmaster (0844 844 0444) Ticketline (0151 256 5555) Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  11. Tracker Name: Mac Torrents Genre: Applications Sign-up Link: Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: Mac Torrents is a Private Torrent Tracker for MAC APPS
  12. Cloud storage provider Dropbox has had its Mailbox app available on iOS and Android for some time now, but Mac users have been left in the cold – that is, until now. Dropbox tested an early version of Mailbox for Mac back in April but needed a little more time before its release. The time is now ripe. Today, the Mailbox Team announced its Mailbox for Mac release, citing features such as snooze and draft support that will allow you to sync drafts on all your devices and quiet messages until one prepares to sort through his or her messages at a later time. Mailbox has always been effective at helping individuals sort through their email accounts and reduce the number of sitting emails in one’s account. While Mailbox has been a positive to help mobile users organize their lives, we’d still like Mailbox to send faster notifications than, say, Gmail, for instance. Gmail seems to have a quicker email notification response than Mailbox. The Mailbox for Mac public beta release is only for those, however, who are signed up for the beta release. As the Mailbox team said about the Mailbox for Mac beta release, “If you signed up for the wait list, keep an eye on your email over the coming weeks – we’ll be sending you a small attachment that we call a betacoin. This coin will unlock your copy of Mailbox for Mac and turn on the mobile ‘snooze to desktop’ feature.†At least Mailbox users can rejoice for now – the Mac release is soon to arrive. As the Mailbox Team says, stay glued to your email. Mailbox was purchased by cloud storage provider Dropbox in March 2013, and Dropbox has (so far) allowed Mailbox to retain its company name and app.
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    Mac Torrents

    Tracker Name : Mac Torrents Signup Link : Genre : Apps Closing Date : .... Additional Information : Mac Torrents is a Private Torrent Tracker for MAC APPS
  14. Tracker Name: Mac-Torrents Genre: Application Sign-up Link: Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: Private tracker to applications for MAC
  15. Root out duplicate files to reclaim precious hard-drive space on your Mac. One of the chief culprits behind a slow Mac is a cluttered hard drive. If your Mac's hard drive is nearing capacity, it's time to take action. I have offered a handful of tips about how to clean and speed up your Mac, but here's another: Mac app Duplicate Zapper. Duplicate Zapper is currently discounted at $1.99 as part of $2 Tuesday in the US (£1.49 in the UK and AU$2.49 in Australia). Once installed, the app offers six sliders to narrow your duplicate hunt. Because I like to think I keep my music, movies, and pictures in some semblance of order, I chose three types: Folders, Archives, and Documents. Next, Duplicate Zapper asks you to name locations to include and exclude from your search. I simply selected my Macintosh HD so it would scan everything. When you have your locations set, click the big green Scan button and Duplicate Zapper will begin its scan. It took about 12 minutes to scan my hard drive. When it finishes the scan, the app shows you a list of duplicates it found. Next to each file in the list are two numbers: the number on the right is the total number of copies found, and the number on the left is the number you have selected to delete. You can manually select each file on the list and then check out a preview of each of the copies to verify that they are, indeed, duplicates. If you hover over a file in the right panel, you can view its location, and clicking on the magnifying-glass icon opens Finder. Going manually through the list, file by file, can be time consuming. Thankfully, Duplicate Zapper offers a number of preset selections. From the drop-down menu at the top labeled Auto Select, you can choose to a method for choosing which files to keep and which to trash. Your choices include keeping the earliest files, keeping the latest files, keep those with the shortest or longest path, or keeping the originals. Below the Auto Select options is a drop-down menu for sorting your list of files. With my first scan, I reclaimed 1.55GB of hard drive space. Not bad for roughly 15 minutes of work. The developer states on the app's page in the Mac App Store that Duplicate Zapper "will never scan important system or application files, ensuring your Mac stays safe."
  16. Mac - Torrents ~ Register I do not know if this is the same tracker of old (as I do not use Mac). But here we go... OS compatability: 10.6.x 10.7.x 10.8.x 10.9.x Broad Catz ~ Music, MacOs Apps, MacOs Games, iPhone/iPod, iPad, Other, E-Books Sub Catz ~ Album, Soundtrack, EP, Anthology, Compilation, Produced By, Single, Live album, Remix, Bootleg, Interview, Mixtape, Unknown, Guest Appearance, Remixed By, Composition Stats ~ Maximum users: 7,500 Enabled users: 5,444 Torrents: 1,206 Peers: 3,186 Seeders: 3,134 Leechers: 52 Seeder/leecher ratio: 60.26 Normally invite only, but open at the time of this post.
  17. Sync Hacks is a column dedicated to exploring new applications for BitTorrent Sync, as built by users like you. BitTorrent Sync is a free, unlimited, secure file-syncing app. (And now, it’s even more mobile.) If you’ve got an epic Sync idea, use-case or how-to, shoot us an email at sync[at] This week’s Sync Hacks post is from writer Andrew Wickliffe, who initially tweeted out that he was using Sync with Hazel. He got more than a few questions about it, and he was kind enough to write up a post for us. Check it out and let us know what you think! From Andrew: There are a lot of benefits to cloud-based storage. There are multiple versions (sometimes), there is LAN syncing so you do not waste your bandwidth (sometimes)–but most of all, there is the availability of your files wherever you may be. Everyone has an app now or a web interface. But there are also the little apps always running, always downloading, always uploading. If you have a Mac, your menu bar can fill up with these icons and one of them is always at it. Exploring Options For cloud storage, I tend to use Dropbox. It has the most integration with the iOS apps I use and I am able to run web apps to access the document files. It just makes the most sense. Except I have a bunch of free storage from Box and storage is so cheap at Google Drive, I have it too. I just do not want them running on my computer all the time. The first step in my solution to having immediate access to these files was to install the desktop apps on my spare iMac. Unfortunately, all of the things I am describing require having a spare computer–not quite a server, sort of a server-lite. Mine serves media files through iTunes and Plex but now also has all the cloud apps running on it. So I installed Box on the old iMac (for lack of a better name… it is not much older than my primary computer) and was able to mount the home folder and see the Box folder and its contents from my primary iMac. These names are too similar–I will call the old iMac the server iMac, even though it is not one. Enter Sync Then I read some more about BitTorrent Sync and how it could sync files between machines over LAN. Dropbox allows LAN syncing–but not in the iOS app–and I never even investigated if Box allowed it. I did not want another app up in my menu bar, much less occupying memory. It seemed like BitTorrent Sync, though it lived up in my menu bar and did take up some memory, could give me a live mirror of my Box folder on the server iMac and on the primary one. Better, I could assign it any folder I wanted. No more home folder clutter. Setting up a BitTorrent Sync is so indescribably easy, I am surprised I do not have a hundred of them. Just before writing this post, I set up yet another–a dedicated folder for accessing from my iPad. But back to the Box folder setup. I created a key on my server iMac, I plugged it into my primary iMac. The files started transferring immediately. The primary iMac indexes them so I can find them through Spotlight (or, more likely, let Alfred find them through Spotlight) and any changes I make go straight over to the server iMac and then straight up to the cloud. Why is it better than just running two Box installs? It feels cleaner. BitTorrent Sync just runs in the background. If the primary iMac did not give me file update notifications, I would never even think about it. About five minutes after I confirmed the Box folder syncing worked, I set up Google Drive. I had been running Drive off my NAS, which did not allow for much configurability. But running the app on the server iMac and being able to selectively sync from the cloud, then mirroring those files over to the primary iMac through BitTorrent Sync had me using Google Drive hourly instead of weekly. For completeness sake, I turned around and mirrored my Dropbox folder from the primary iMac over to the server iMac. Sure, I could run the desktop app over on the server iMac without any trouble, but BitTorrent Sync makes it so easy just to mirror them… why not set it up? When BitTorrent Sync was announced, I thought of the obvious uses for it–sharing files with friends or family straight from my home computer–but letting it run in the background and enhance the usability of my home network seems far more essential to my day to day. I can find ways of sending files to people, but I was never able to have live Google Drive and Box folders on my primary computer without running the desktop apps. Trying Sync out with Hazel One of the other apps I use to automate processes–this one is Mac-specific, sorry–is Hazel (from NoodleSoft). You set rules, Hazel acts on them. Move a file, add a photo to iPhoto, open a text document created in the last five minutes (I do this one sometimes so when I write something on my iPad, it is up and waiting for me when I get home), lots and lots of things. Except there is something clunky when Hazel moves a file across machines or to a slower external drive. Things can often go wrong and there are a lot of places where something can go wrong–troubleshooting it becomes a hassle. I am always moving files from my primary iMac to the server iMac. Whether they are for streaming through the LAN–the server iMac has an iTunes library consisting of both mine and my wife’s–or just a file for being archived, it is a daily thing. After my successes with the cloud storage folders, I wondered if BitTorrent Sync could somehow make things easier. It does not require one computer to mount another’s drives or folders, it just works when it sees both desktop apps running. Less clutter. With the latest OSX update, Apple introduced named tagging. They have had color tagging for many a year, but they tried momentarily to push the idea of using tags for sorting one’s files. I have no idea if the revolution has occurred, but I realized I could I use precise tags on my primary iMac to automatically move the files and sort them on my server iMac. I take a file, apply a tag, Hazel moves that file based on the tag or filename to a working folder. Again, less clutter. BitTorrent Sync mirrors that working folder over to the server iMac, where its Hazel install sees the tag or filename and moves it to the appropriate folder. All without me having to mount the other computer and manually drop and drag. Endless Possibilities BitTorrent Sync is a subtly powerful application with a lot of uses; I think of a new one every couple days. Strangely enough, I have yet to use BitTorrent Sync for its most obvious application–letting someone else have access to a folder of files on my computer. One of these days… Andrew Wickliffe has been concerned with automating computer tasks for almost twenty years, both professionally and personally. He maintains two blogs and two podcasts, all of which rely heavily on automation for the little stuff. You can find him here on Twitter.