November 17th, 2011 by Gwynne Monahan
We’ve become accustomed to using apps on mobile devices, and a mix of apps and a browser or two on desktops and laptops. And we’ve discussed how you can create a desktop shortcut to Clio, and using tabbed browsing to move around Clio quicker.
Today, we’d like to introduce you to Fluid, which allows you to “turn your favorite Web apps into real Mac apps.”
Fluid is free to download, and works on 64-bit Intel only Macs running Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
To turn a Clio into a Mac App, do the following:
- Download and open Fluid.
- Put https://app.goclio.com in the “Enter the URL” field.
- Name it.
- Choose “Applications” for Location.
- Use the Clio icon:
- Click “Create.”
And now Clio is real Mac App that you can access from your Dock, easily viewable and accessible.
If you have tips to share, let us know. We’d love to hear them!