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HazeOver: Distraction Dimmer

Focus on one app by dimming all the background windows

Won't think you need it until you try it.
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Moom

Indispensable window management for Macs

Moom is especially useful when you need to have multiple windows open. Just drag and drop a window into any quadrant and Moom will automatically snap and resize them into place.
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Alfred

Never use your mouse again

Nik SudanGame & Systems Developer · Written
Lifechanging. An absolute replacement to Spotlight search.
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Omnifocus 2 for Mac

Put your life in perspective and get things done

Thomas SchoffelenCo-founder, Scholica · Written
Once you really get into this you won't be able to imagine life without this. Allows you to track everything in your life and keep yourself on track.
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Daisy Disk 4.0

Analyze disk usage and free up disk space on your Mac

Jeff DashleyWeb Designer, sometimes · Written
In regards to general file and storage maintenance, especially with smaller drives, Daisy Disk always comes in handy. Makes it so easy to locate the files and folders taking up the most space. Plus, it still looks fresh after all these years.
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Qbserve

Automatic private time tracking for OS X

Ivan Mirmaker of Qbserve time tracking app · Written
Ivan Mir made this product
Qbserve (our app) gives real-time feedback on your productivity, so it's easier to stay focused. It also tracks project time automatically and generates invoices from collected data.
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BetterTouchTool

Free OS X app to configure custom gestures for your trackpad

Basically some missing features on macOS. Window snapping, Keyboard shortcuts, Trackpad Gestures and many useful predefined actions.
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Helium

A floating browser window for your Mac

LukeDigital Nodmad · Written
Is great to do work on your mac and watch videos at the same time. #productivity awhile watching videos.
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Copyclip

Simple, efficient clipboard manager for your Mac

Simple, text based, no need to have fancy managers they are an overkill.
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