Here I will list the the most useful Mac OSX tools I currently use.
|Airfoil||Airfoil is a tool I use to transmit audio from Spotify on my MacBook to XBMC on my Mac Mini (which is connected to the receiver). It supports AirPlay and you can transmit from a specific application.||$25||Link|
|Cocoa JSON Editor||A very nice tool for developers, which allows you to import/paste Json and easily edit it and export an object model which can be used in Xcode.||$2.99||Link|
|Coda 2||Coda 2 is an awesome web editor made by the great Panic studio. Can’t do web development without it!||$74.99||Link|
|CORD||If you ever need to connect to more than 1 Windows machine by using RDP from your Mac, this is the tool you need to have.||free||Link|
|Dockview||DockView adds an Aero Peek (Windows 7) functionality to your OSX dock. When you hover your mouse over your dock, you will see how many windows an application has open and you can select exactly which window you want to open, by clicking on the preview window.||$7.99||Link|
|NameChanger||A very nice tool for renaming batches of files.||free||Link|
|Reeder for Mac OSX||The best and most beautiful RSS reader for Mac OSX.||$9.99||Link|
|TotalFinder||TotalFinder extends the normal Finder. It adds tabs and other very handy options to your Finder.||$15||Link|
|Tower||Tower is the Git client for OSX, have been using it since the first beta and never left it again.||$59||Link|
|Transmit||Best OSX FTP client ever!||$34||Link|
|Tweetbot||Tweetbot is THE Twitter client for OSX. It supports retina displays and and it’s as slick as the iPhone version of Tweetbot.||$19.99||Link|
|Versions||Superb tool for when you work with SVN.||$39||Link|
I will extend this list when I get more tools and experiences with them. If you have any tools I NEED to have, just post a comment!