macOS applications

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iResize can resize, compress and save as JPEG or PNG the following image formats GIF, JPEG, PICT, PNG, TIFF and PSD files.
Here are some key features of iResize:
New and streamlined interface
Easy and fast
Check before resizing with the new JPEG compression/quality preview
Rename and sequential numbering of the resized images, and/or
Add some text (example: -small) at the end of the file name
Handles accented characters (à,ü,ç etc.) in the file names

Solved an issue with the Conpression preview not showing the size of the compressed imeages.

Version 4.4 supports the macOS Catalina’s Dark mode
Download iResize4 (64bit)


Biorhythms are a method to predict three cycles in your life based on your birthday.
These cycles are the physical (23 days), emotional (28 days) and intellectual (33 days) cycle.
Each of these cycles goes through different phases: high, low and critical.
Some features:
Takes the birthdates from your AddressBook
Write and read personal list (names and birth date)
Import data stored from Biorhythm v.1.8x
Print biorhythm graphs

Download Biorhythm (64bit)


This application is a GUI for the Teminal command dutil
Scan for attached HD (usb or firewire)
Mount and unmount volumes

Version 2.1 supports the macOS Mojave’s Dark mode
Download iMountX (64bit)


bigCalc is, yet another, calculator but it has a very large display and really big buttons.
I wrote this application, many years ago, for my father who had big visual difficulties.

Version 3.0 supports the macOS Mojave’s Dark mode
Download bigCalc (64bit)


webPM2 is yet another password manager, you can store passwords, user names and web pages addresses (url). The app is protected with a main password, so you just need to remenber one password. With just a click it’s possible to open a web page with the password (or the user name) in the clipboard ready to be pasted.

Version 2.5 supports the macOS Mojave’s Dark mode
Download webPM2 (64bit)