We reviewed the incredibly elegant Bear Notes App when it launched last year and we loved it. It has come a long way since and its most recent update, to version 1.5 brings in a lot more features you’re going to enjoy using. Notes Archive, Custom Icons for Tags, and ePub Export are just a few of the incredible features available in version 1.5. Here are all the details.
If you think apps help you become a more productive person, then you need to be using NotePlan for Mac. Think of NotePlan as a Master Planner. It is a Calendar app that also works as a journal and notes app. Just jot down daily tasks or activities planned for later and integrate it into your calendar using markdown. With 3 different functions efficiently integrated into one app, NotePlan aims to make you organized and efficient, like a productivity machine. We take a closer look at what NotePlan does to help you stay productive.
I woke up Friday morning to the news that Twitter was ending its support for its Mac client. As much as I love using the web interface, there’s something more personal with using Twitter on a Mac client. The end of Twitter’s official app for Mac gave me the chance to check out an alternative – Twitterrific. A big promotional push on pricing made my decision easier. Here’s my review of Twitterrific for Mac.
If you do quite a bit of online research while working on your Mac, chances are you have a ton of windows and apps open. Finding the main application that you are working on in that mess can be annoying. Use this keyboard shortcut to hide all open windows except the active one on Mac.
Sometimes, with so many open applications and windows on your Mac, you may have difficulty in focusing your attention on the active application you are using. But closing all open windows is not an option. In such a case, you can use this incredibly useful shortcut to quickly dismiss unused background apps. This will hide inactive windows, so you can easily get back to any of them again if need be.
Audio editing is about to get super easy thanks to Descript audio editor app for Mac that lets you edit audio simply by changing the transcript text.
Editing audio via a waveform editor is a lot of hard work. If you are a podcaster or someone who is in the business of creating, editing or publishing voice audio, you know how much time is lost in fixing audio issues.
Descript is a brand new Mac app from former founder/CEO of Groupon Andrew Mason. It aims to make audio editing as easy as editing with a word processor. Instead of editing waveforms as you usually do with audio, you edit a transcript of the recording.
Things by Cultured Code is a gorgeous and powerful task manager that totally impressed us. The app now has a new update that makes it super easy to create new tasks using email. Here’s more on how you can create to-dos with Mail to Things.
If you are a Things for Mac user, you know that there are plenty of ways in which you can capture new tasks on the dashboard. App extensions, Quick Entry, 3D Touch and Siri to name a few. But until now, these methods were restricted to use only within the Apple ecosystem.
But as users, we interact with more than what’s in the Apple ecosystem. That’s why Cultured Code has introduced Mail to Things – a feature that opens up your Inbox to new workflows that were previously impossible to do.
Apple is all set to start selling its high end desktop, the iMac Pro this Thursday, December 14. Here are all the tech specs and other details on this mega monster.
The premium desktop computer iMac Pro was unveiled back in June at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference 2017. The iMac Pro boasts a long list of advanced features that professionals will truly appreciate. And it comes with a hefty starting price of $4,999.
Eltima Software has upgraded PhotoBulk, bulk image editor app for Mac. PhotoBulk 2 makes it effortless to batch edit and watermark photos. Here’s a closer look at what the app can do.
If you spend a lot of time working on images, then you know how important it is to have a tool that lets you batch edit your stuff. Eltima Software has overhauled its batch editing tool PhotoBulk bringing a refreshing new interface and a ton of improved features to make your job easy.
If you own rich image editors like Photoshop or Pixelmator, you know that they are not the most convenient tools for doing batch edits. Plus, they are quite pricey. PhotoBulk has a super simple interface that makes batch processing a breeze and its not as expensive as the aforementioned apps as well.
The Mac dock looks pretty but when it comes to functionality, it is rather lame. What you need to get the most out of your docking space is uBar 4– a versatile, thoughtfully designed replacement for the Mac Dock.
The Mac Dock is supposed to make your job of finding stuff easier. But can you honestly tell how many windows of Safari are open or see a preview of open windows from the dock? No. That’s why you need a dock that really works and makes life simple for you. Presenting uBar, a super useful utility that acts like a taskbar with loads of customization options to make the dock work intuitively for you.
uBar 4 supports powerful tab grouping options, window previews, in-dock reminders, and many more features. Here’s a closer look at how this wonderful utility can help you get more out of your Mac.
If you spend a lot of time on your Mac, chances are, your desktop is one cluttered workspace. Unclutter for Mac is an app that can help you organize your desktop and bring order amidst all the chaos. Here’s our review of Unclutter.
Its easy to be disorganized. Even with a Mac. If you’re working on various projects, you’re bound to end up saving stuff for quicker access on the desktop. Before you know it, you’ve got files, notes, screenshots, and a whole lot of stuff all over your beautiful Mac screen.
And then you’ll be spending more time trying to clear up the mess instead of completing your work. If you want a better way to stay organized, check out Unclutter.
Unclutter is a Mac app that lets you organize your recently copied clips, files and notes in one handy location. And its easily accessible from the top of the Mac menu bar. When not in use, the window slips back and stays hidden. When you’re ready to use the app, simply move your mouse to the top of screen and scroll down.