With the update, Mac users can take advantage of widgets and the like from third-party developers across OS X.
It's true, you can print from Chrome OS using Google's Cloud Print solution.
For quick access to the mobile Twitter client on your Mac, install the free and amusingly titled BirdDrop app to place a Twitter icon in the menu bar.
The new client, which goes live at noon, emphasizes tracking your activity.
There are kinks to be ironed out, but Skifta holds some promise for streaming photos, videos, and music to your iOS device from remote sources.
Shade is a simple application that gives you the power to do one thing: hide the mess on your desktop with a single click. Toggle the app on and off in the menubar, and even set your own image to act as the shade!
Gfxstatus is a useful menubar item that lets you choose between Integrated or Discrete graphics on late 2008-2012 MacBook Pros. If you need more power, force the Discrete option. If you need to save battery life, choose the Integrated graphics. And if you trust the computer to switch back and forth, choose the Dynamic option and enable Growl notifications so you can see the switch occur.
This free Mac app may or may not feed your Facebook addiction.
Apple's giving developers a preview of the next version of Mac OS X today called Mountain Lion. The software, due out this summer, once again brings over features from Apple's iOS.
Turn your browser into a tab-hiding magician with these quick steps.