There are tons of fascinating Mac apps with amazing features. Ranging from task managers, calendars, presentation to file managers, the Mac App Store has got all sorts of apps to cater to your specific needs. And each one has its own specialty to stand out from the rest! Due to the huge abundance, picking out the best apps for Mac is never an easy task.
Carrot Fit is not like these apps. The first thing it does is declare itself your “fitness overlord.” After that, it guides you to your ideal weight through insults and judgements, like a. There isn’t much difference between the visuals on Mac and iOS and frankly the Mac app feels like it’s an excuse to drag you into higher pricing. If you’re in love with CARROT (and who isn’t! 😋) and have $15 burning-a-hole in your pocket, it might be a fun purchase, but there isn’t any difference or benefit to having the Mac app as.
Time to manage emails smartly! Spark is exactly what you need to have to take the desired control over your inbox and prevent it from being cluttered.
The app only displays the messages that are relevant to you and automatically removes the ones that are unnecessary. As they are segregated into different categories, you will be able to access the specific ones quickly.
One notable feature of this app is the collaboration that lets you craft emails together. Even better, you will also schedule messages to be sent later.
I consider Microsoft OneNote not only a top-ranked note app but also one of the best apps for macOS for multiple reasons. First and foremost, it comes with several tools to let you record thoughts and jot down your views. So, you have more flexibility to take notes.
The second, it provides powerful organization tools that ensure you can keep your files perfectly in sync with your workflow. And with the to-do tags at your disposal, you will be able to quickly access your tasks.
And the third, OneNote offers a robust collaboration tool that allows you to work perfectly with all of your buddies on a project and complete it on time. On top of all, this note-taking app can let you snap ideas in several languages.
To me, PDF Expert is hands-down the most efficient PDF editor for Mac. What makes this app a better choice is the wide range of tools that allow you to edit text, links, outlines, and images proficiently.
Whether it’s annotating files efficiently or converting multiple docs into PDF, this app can stand up to the task really well. You can add notes to your file so that they won’t go out of your mind.
Use digital signature to give your file a pro look. That’s not all, PDF Expert is compatible with many languages including English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and more.
Airmail 3 is a well-known mail client designed to provide a seamless experience. You can use it to manage your inbox with the needed flair and proficiency.
As it has the support for several services like Exchange, iCloud Gmail, IMAP, POP3, Yahoo, Outlook and more, you will be able to manage all of your accounts without breaking any sweat.
The addition of quick reply feature and multi-touch gestures ensure you can get on top of your tasks without wasting any time. Plus there are a good many visual themes to let you customize the app. Like using shortcuts? Airmail 3 has you fully covered!
When you talk about the most proficient task management apps for Mac, “Things 3” comes into the picture immediately. And rightly so. The highlight of this robust task manager is the ability to let you take control of all of your to-dos.
Featuring several customization options, Things 3 ensures you can keep everything organized as per your goal. So, whether it’s capturing thoughts, planning events smartly or optimizing the workflow, this app enables you to carry out your tasks proactively.
Use Today Widget to take a peek at what’s lined up for you and take advantage of reminders to never forget an essential work. What’s more, Things 3 is fully integrated with all the major macOS features like Siri, Handoff, and Calendar.
I’ve picked out “Pocket” for the folks who want to read articles with complete peace of mind. You can use this app to save all of your favorite articles and videos to catch up with them at your most convenient time.
Plus, it also provides the browser extension for Chrome, Safari, or Firefox so that saving stories is a pretty simple task for you.
With the offline mode in the offing, you can explore your stories and read them even without the Internet connection. Even better, the tags play a vital role in keeping all of your stories organized and quickly accessible.
If a fully featured image editor for macOS is on top of your demand, look no further than Affinity Photo. Deservedly, it had also been the winner of the Apple Mac app of the year 2015.
What stands out this app is the powerful editing tools that ensure you have the desired command to design your pics to your heart’s liking. It offers up the full support for 16 and 32-bit per channel editing and designed to work with many standard formats including PNG, TIFF, JPG, GIF, SVG, EPS, EXR, HDR, and PDF.
The immaculate CMYK workflow with ICC color management makes it an ideal tool for professionals. And with a ton of special effects on offer, you will be able to adorn your pics like a pro.
Do you find it tough to manage passwords? 1Password is the best solution you can get to manage hundreds of passwords in the most sophisticated manner.
It creates unique passwords for each site, remembers all of them and lets you log in with just a single click. You can make multiple vaults to manage different information with more efficiency.
On top of all, the password manager provides you not only security but also the convenience of browsing web fast. Besides, you can use 1Password 7 in several languages including English, Afrikaans, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German and more.
The app comes with a 30-day free trial after that you will need to subscribe to the premium version. The monthly subscription for one user comes for $3.99, while a family of up to 5 people can get for $6.99.
If you don’t want to settle with anything less than the very best calendar app for macOS, you would be hard pressed to find a more proficient option than Fantastical 2.
The app lets you perfectly plan your events and keep track of them. And with the real-time alerts, you will always be ahead of the race and never miss out on the things you must have to do.
Courtesy the Handoff support; you will pick up from where you left off across your synced devices. Plus, it also offers a dark theme so that your eyes will find it more comfortable to view the content at night and the things that are lined up for you.
Yet another robust image editor for macOS! After giving plenty of thought, I decided to include “Pixelmator” in this roundup because it has a lot to offer. If you want to have a reasonably good photo editor to craft appreciable images, you can’t go wrong with it.
Using the precise tool, you can select the specific portion of an image and remove the blemish with ease. Cut out a specific part from a photo and effortlessly add it to another.
Quickly blur, sharpen, lighten, or even darken any area of the pics. Get the most out of the instant effects to add some glamor to the images. What’s more, you can also combine many different effects for out-of-the-box creations.
“CARROT Weather” is widely considered as the best weather app for macOS. Of course, it’s pricey ($11.99) but if you take all the features into account, you will find it worthy enough.
It provides an accurate and detailed 7-day forecast. And with the short-term prediction (right down to the minute), it helps you avoid getting stuck in bad weather.
Courtesy the real-time notifications; the app alerts you about severe weather. Furthermore, you can use the powerful radar to figure out the possible direction of the upcoming storm.
Loaded with a great many high-quality features such as an optional RPN mode, multi-line display, a choice of button layouts, an extensive set of conversions and constants, PCalc is tailor-made for scientists, engineers, students or anyone who are looking for a rich calculator. With this new-age calculator, you would enjoy calculation to the core.
What’s your favorite?
So, these are our top apps for Mac. Hopefully, you have found them impressive. Share your thoughts about them in the comments below.
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