New & Improved Mac App Interfaces for OSX

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There’s no denying that Apple Computers has dramatically influenced the hold of technology in our society. The company has boldly moved into tablets and smartphones for personal use. But Apple is still dedicated to expand their OS X operating system for laptops and desktop models. And with the press hounding over 10.8 Mountain Lion it’s just a matter of time before we can build even more intuitive desktop applications.

In the showcase below I’ve collected dozens of OSX app screenshots for your inspiration. These all feature new ideologies for how to build apps on the Mac. Compared to Windows and Linux we’re working in a different realm of user interaction. And with the Cocoa library developers have access to hundreds of custom tools!

Dribbble Mac App

Email App

Coding App Mockup

Google+ Mac App


Mac App Interface

Pixa App

Twitter for Mac

Mac App

iTunes Redesigned

Screeny 2

Cloud App for OSX

iFax for Mac

Music App Full


Small Grooveshark OS X App

Dictionary App

Twitter App – Drafts

Dribbble for Mac UI Mac App Store

Thermometer for Mac

Mac Transfer

Spotify Quick Search

Fonts App Interface

About the Author: Kalen Smith

Kalen is a freelance writer and entrepreneur. He can be found on the web writing about topics including startups and UI design. Check out his other articles through Google or follow his updates on Twitter @engineerbiz.


  1. “Compared to Windows and Linux we’re working in a different realm of user interaction.”

    I remember when I got in touch with Apple, MacBook specifically, the way the apps and the OS itself organize things was just much easier than it was on Windows. Since then I left Windows and have been working just on Macs.

    But I think that is gonna change thanks to the web apps. Wunderkit and Zootool are great examples of the so called Apple-like interfaces.

  2. Dude, Your work is jaw-dropping! Seriously, I’m a GUI kinda guy and there is no question apple sales would increase if they had you aboard. Is there anyway to force them to hire you? These are by far the best mockups on the entire web (although I haven’t finished visiting it yet…).