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A pretty easy to use FTP, mount and sync tool.
Work with files on servers across the internet, as if they were sitting on your computer.
Does equal to MacFUSE and MacFusion, all a bit prettier - but not for free.

Panic

MacFUSE and MacFusion

Macfusion is an open source Mac application that allows you to work with files on servers across the internet, as if they were sitting on your computer. Macfusion presents a Volume in Finder, letting you use your favorite Mac applications to work with them.

Requires MacFUSE.

MacFusion App


MacFUSE allows you to extend Mac OS X's native file handling capabilities via 3rd-party file systems.

Google Code

Audacity

Audacity® is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.

Sourceforge

The Unarchiver

The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for "BOMArchiveHelper.app", the built-in archive unpacker program in Mac OS X. Supported file formats include Zip, Tar-GZip, Tar-BZip2, RAR, 7-zip, LhA, StuffIt and many other more and less obscure formats. The goal is to make The Unarchiver able to extract anything you give it.

Wakaba

moveAddict

moveAddict is a Snow Leopard-only application that provides a functionality the Finder was missing, the ability to move files using the keyboard. It’s meant to replace dragging and dropping for anyone that would rather use the keyboard instead of the mouse.

Kapeli

Cinch

Cinch gives you simple, mouse-driven window management by defining the left, right, and top edges of your screen as 'hot zones'. Drag a window until the mouse cursor enters one of these zones then drop the window to have it cinch into place. Cinching to the left or right edges of the screen will resize the window to fill exactly half the screen, allowing you to easily compare two windows side-by-side (splitscreen). Cinching to the top edge of the screen will resize the window to fill the entire screen (fullscreen). Dragging a window away from its cinched position will restore the window to its original size.

Irritated Software

SL-NTFS

SL-NTFS (Snow Leopard NTFS) is a Preference Pane that enables writing on NTFS (commonly used by Windows XP/Vista/7) formatted disks.

Mac OS X prior to Snow Leopard could read NTFS disks/partitions, but couldn’t write to them. Snow Leopard has the ability to write to NTFS, but because Apple does not officially support it, this capability is disabled by default.

Because SL-NTFS is basically an interface for configuring the Apple NTFS driver, any issues you might encounter will be related to the Apple driver rather than SL-NTFS. If you require a more robust, supported solution for writing to NTFS drives/partitions, I recommend you locate a more comprehensive solution.

JuicyBinary