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.
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.
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.
Team Flexibits have launched a new app called Cardhop that is going to help you manage your contacts smartly and interact with them efficiently. We take a closer look at what Cardhop can do and how it is going to change the way you use your contacts.
Managing your contacts isn’t much fun. Most contact apps are long winding forms that have a tendency to create contacts even without checking for duplicates. But managing contacts shouldn’t be such a drudgery.
Flexibits, the team behind the fantastic calendar app Fantastical intends to change all that with their simplistically designed contact management app Cardhop. Cardhop brings a fresh new approach to contact management that will truly change the way you work with your contacts.
We take a closer look at the app so stick around and discover a whole new way of managing your iOS contacts.
If you’re a big time Google user on Mac, consider the desktop client Kiwi for Gmail that makes it a breeze to use Gmail and G Suite services on your desktop.
Accessing Gmail on a desktop application is so much better than using it on a browser. If you use Google’s email service or its huge line of online services including Google Calendar and Google Drive, one of the easiest ways to access them on your Mac is via Kiwi for Gmail.
If you’ve had a bad experience with iCloud and iTunes backups, its time to get a better alternative to backup your iPhone and iPad data – with iMazing Mini.
iCloud backups are terrible. That’s what I recently discovered when I woke up one morning to find all my data had disappeared overnight. Back and forth calls for over 3 months to Apple support helped me get a small part of my data back. But most of it just disappeared. I’m not only going to never see some of my most precious data again but I’m never going to trust iCloud either.
So what’s the alternative. There are plenty of options including a convoluted iTunes setup. But what I’m currently exploring is a Mac app called iMazing Mini.