Fluid—turning web apps into Mac apps

There are many websites and web applications that I use daily. Often, they are hidden among many tabs on my browser and are hard to find. Fluid is a an app that makes my favourite web app into a semi-native Mac app in seconds. When I need it, I open it using Spotlight or click on its icon sitting in the Dock.

The basic version of Fluid is free, but buying a licence for 5 USD unlocks several premium features. The app is originally inspired by Mozilla Prism and Adobe Air, and is developed by Todd Ditchendorf.

My Fluid apps mostly include productivity applications like Asana and Trello, as well as The Noun Project and Mikael Norling’s Entity Cheat Sheet. Have you used Fluid? What are your favourite app transformations?

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