Uninstaller for BlueStacks from OS X
BlueStacks was a neat idea, but it was pissing me off trying to work out how to completely remove it from my system. The truth is, lots of guides out there say do this, do that – all crap! I came up with my own script and bundled it into a nice application for everyone to use. Download and enjoy, COMPLETELY removes BlueStacks and ALL associated data from Mac OS X. Having trouble or recommend an improvement? Please submit a ticket here: https://github.com/danijeljames/Uninstall-BlueStacks/issues/new
Extend your Finder with tags, to find your files in multiple ways.
You might know tags as they are used in gmail, delicious.com or last.fm. They let you categorize your items in multiple ways. The files on your computer can be categorized in only one way, because you store them in a folder and that's it. It would be great if there was an easy way to store the same file in multiple folders at the same time, wouldn't it? Well, Tags allows you to do exactly that on the mac. Create new Tags by duplicating and renaming the Mother Tag. Drag your file or folder on top of a Tag icon to add it to that Tag. Double-click a Tag to view all items that you added to it. Remove items from a Tag by dragging them to the Trash. Or remove the Tag itself by dragging it to the Trash. Tags are just like folders in many ways; you can even tag Tags! The software works on Mac OS X 10.4 and all higher versions. Have a look at the screenshots to inspire you, and make sure to read the Readme that is included with the download, because it's really helpful.
btpd-front is a simple btpd front-end. Btpd is the acronym for BitTorrent Protocol Daemon. btpd-front is made for a complete and easy tune-up and use of BTPD and for a light use of the BitTorrent protocol
iPlayer-DL Automator is an easy-to-use application allowing you to download shows from the BBC iPlayer website. It will download up to ten shows and automatically retry failed downloads.