If you have 19 tabs opened on your browser and you’re still trying to figure out where the music is coming from, then keep reading.
Flotato, a web service that transforms any webpage into an app for your Mac is not new. But it has definitely made me consider ditching the browser for this cute and convenient utility.
How it works? Users download Flotato on their laptop where they can select which app they want to create. Flotato offers a variety of pre-installed website snippets, but it also gives users the opportunity to create their own desktop app with only a few clicks.
If this sounds a bit complicated, trust me it’s not. Let’s take Instagram for instance- say you want to create a desktop app so that you don’t have to visit the website all the freaking time. All you have to do is click on Flotato, then open the Applications folder and click on Instagram. See? Done. You can also choose to keep the app on dock so that you don’t have to go looking for it in a cluttered desktop.
An added feature is that Flotato also offers a and pinning snippets of websites to their Mac OS dock or desktop, so that they never miss on important information and get a glimpse of any updates in real time.
Yeap, still thinking about ditching the web browser.
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