What are your favorite apps for Mac?

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Rilan
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What are your favorite apps for Mac?

Post by Rilan » Tue Dec 19, 2017 4:24 pm

Guys, what apps do you use? I am looking for some useful and new applications :)

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Re: What are your favorite apps for Mac?

Post by Dooles » Thu Dec 21, 2017 2:43 am

Rilan wrote:Guys, what apps do you use? I am looking for some useful and new applications :)
Do you use cleaning apps? I think it's very useful app. Thanks to Macflypro my Mac runs faster and I don't have problems with the speed of work any longer. NO FREE ADVERTISING - How hard is this to understand. Only warning as this little post sounds like a complete ad for that program. Google it if you want to find it's website.
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Reason: Sounded like an ad for that program so removed the link and issued warning

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Re: What are your favorite apps for Mac?

Post by alina350 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:24 pm

Dash for browsing api libraries
Sketch for image drawing

and of course the Microsoft Office suite

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Re: What are your favorite apps for Mac?

Post by n0regrets » Thu Aug 15, 2019 10:07 pm

Be Focused (Free)
Alfred (Free)
Reeder 3 (Free) - This app also has a mobile version on Apknite, very helpful :D

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Bartender 3

Post by Brian987 » Mon Aug 19, 2019 2:56 am

Bartender 3

Bartender 3 is an app made for when you’re utilizing too many apps. It’s a subtle tool that’s specifically designed with organization in mind, and as such, it lets you better systematize various aspects of your interface. With Bartender 3, you choose which apps appear in the menu bar and rearrange their position to your liking.

You can also search for specific items, or move them into the optional Bartender Bar if you’re in dire need of additional space. The latest version added support for MacOS, an interface that leverages the new operating system, and the ability to navigate via your keyboard. You can choose a 4-week free trial before purchasing if you want.

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