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Mac Power Users

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Learn about getting the most from your Apple technology with focused topics and workflow guests. Creating Mac Power Users, one geek at a time since 2009. Hosted by David Sparks and Katie Floyd.

Customer Reviews

No Power User, Just Love Mac

I wish I were a Power User, but I'm not. Having used PC's all my life (& still using them at work), I started my Mac 'love affair' when I bought an iPod touch some years ago. Now I have a MacBook Pro & the iPhone 5, and I couldn't be without them. Your podcasts are teaching me something new every week. I'm also a big 'productivity' fan, so love that element too. Great work.

Great Podcast for Apple freaks... and others

MPU is a great podcast that gives both very accessible tips and tricks on Apple platforms and more advanced stuff.
I discovered it 6 months ago and it helped to level up my MacBook Pro usage.
Particularly, it introduced me to great software with lot of insight on how to get the most out of them.
Among them, my favorites are:

* Omnifocus
* 1Password
* Omnigraffle
* TextExpander
* Alfred 2

It also allowed me to discover other MacSparky work (books and screencast) and they are great. As the podcast itself, they are easy to translate into actions.

A must for Mac/iPhone/iPad lovers

I subscribed to MacPowerUsers 11 month ago.
Thanks to Kathie, David and their guests I dicovered many great productivity apps and workflows for Mac, iOS along with the tech gear in between.
Since then I have been using a lot of them like TextExpander, Alfred, Moom, Default Folder X, Hazel, Keyboard Maestro to name a few.
David's screencasts have also been very helpful. I watched them when I decided to switch to Omnifocus as my main task management app, use Hazel as a key file automation tool, and go Paperless. I quickly got both a panorama of what is possible and numerous very handy tips and tricks immediately applicable.

My favorite eposides so far are: 3, 51, 81, 84, 134, 114, 145, 167, 192, 206, 217, 221, 238, 307, 315, 322, 386, 390, 392.

Congrats to Kathie and David who have been creating informative episodes for eight years.
In my opinion MPU is definitely a must if you are using a Mac/iPhone/iPad/apple gear or want to constantly sharpen your tools and expand your horizon because it is jam-packed with tips, apps and great workflows.

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  • Category: Gadgets
  • Language: English

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