- f.lux is a late-night lifesaver. I wouldn't be able to function without it on my Mac!
- Spotlight Search on Steriods! Makes me a lot more productive and is probably among the first few apps I would install on a new Mac.I have been using Alfred for some time now and I gotta stress the fact that I love it!
- It's really great, But they slam you on the price having to buy it for Desktop, Ipad, and Iphone. ( Almost $100) across the same eco-system. Plus no discount for having the 5-year-old version. Makes you wonder why Apple, Google, and MS can't build a good one. Google should just buy in and bang it into G suite.
- Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose.Beautiful text editor with Markdown support and syncing across all macOS & iOS devices.
- Times when I have something to SAY and can't type fast enough on two fingers: Mac app for Slack comes in handy!Love slack, but if you are on a laptop and running it on battery, just take a look at your activity monitor to see the amount of resources, it's draining. It's built on the same platform as Chrome which also is super hunger. IF you are running low on power, Turn of Slack on Laptop and use Slack on your Phone and switch to Safari
- Tweetbot is without doubt the fastest way to tweet on Mac yet. With solid menu options, it cannot get better.
- Hands down most useful and best looking clipboard manager out there. It's not free, but it will save you so much time especially after months of use and being able to reference old things on your clipboard. Try it out!This is probably the app I use the most, aside from a web browser, and would hate to have to live without it. Incredibly useful app with great features and UI.
- Hands down the best picture editing experience on macOSEasy to use photo/picture editor toolAs a non-graphics designer type, the Adobe tools are much too advanced and intimidating, not to mention pricey. This app is a lifesaver and really easy to use. I've learned more about image editing by usine Pixelmator than any other design tool.
- Totally Cloudapp. Working in web dev, makes it really easy to screenshot something, add comments then then share right into Slack.
- I've been working on completing a full stack web dev course and have been using Duet a lot in the past few weeks. It let's me have the versatility of a home multi-display setup while working at a coffee shop.
- I used to use Evernote to clip and save recipes, but I moved everything over to Paprika and haven't looked back. The two features I like the most are the simple web importing and the app can also adjust the measurements to fit a required serving size.I used to like Paprika so much. But they haven't updated their Android app in years and it's so dated now, the images in the recipes are too tiny to see anything and there is no way to export to anything other that Paprika's proprietary extension.