Even with the most stable internet providers, your bandwidth might change throughout the day and let you down when it’s critical. We're ready to show you the most popular ping testers you can use to check connection speed in macOS.
Using Core Shell for Mac promises lots of colors, advanced features, and secure macOS Keychain integration. Enjoy instant connections to remote shells from anywhere, edit per-host, and simplify access through tagging
Unfortunately, the exact native Notepad++ Mac alternative doesn’t exist. And there are a few good reasons for it. Notepad++ is a non-commercial open-source project that was originally built by just one developer for the Windows operating system.
Amazon S3 makes it easy to store and manage large amounts of data. Enabling tons of operations, from storing and extraction to backup, it’s an easy way to scale and manage anyone’s resources – both on individual and organizational levels. To make your workflow smoother, connect to AWS bucket on your Mac and get access to all of your files
A world-class SQLite manager for macOS, SQLPro is a combination of a sleek interface, advanced features, and multi-query execution. Quickly access, view, and edit multiple tables – the app makes your interaction with a database trouble-free.
Back in the old days, we used to get newspapers, magazines, and even milk delivered straight to our door, thanks to the tried-and-true payment system known as the subscription model. Oh wait, we still do!
If you often need to work with multiple database types, you know the pain. Most database management systems only support one or a few, so you end up using multiple database managers, which defeats their purpose in the first place.