Email Me is designed to be the fastest way to record thoughts, to-dos, and other notes when you are on the go.
Apps – short for applications – are computer-based software programs that are used on desktop computers, mobile devices, and wearables.
Jump Desktop is an application that allows users to securely connect to any computer in the world.
HazeOver is labeled as a ‘distraction dimmer’ in the App Store. The app helps to reduce and even eliminate distractions caused by active windows on your computer by dimming the screen over your background windows.
AirBuddy is a useful ‘smart’ helper for computers running macOS. It is a menu bar utility that provides a quick look at connected wireless devices and their battery statuses.
Sticky Notes was designed to provide a simple desktop sticky note for Mac users.
Things is the product of the development company, Cultured Code, which is based in Stuttgart, Germany.
CheckYourList was designed to help users feel less overwhelmed with daily, repeatable tasks. It has a simple user interface that is easy to understand and intuitive.
Enpass is designed to be a simple, secure app for managing your passwords and other confidential information.
Vid Diva is an app developed for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS that helps users keep track of movies and TV shows. It was first launched in July of 2021.
Network & Battery is a lightweight utility app for macOS that provides users with live data on their system.
Keka is a full-featured file archive utility. It’s designed to be easy to use and provides an option for macOS users to compress files in many different formats.
PasteNow is a lightweight, easy to use clipboard manager that syncs between devices using iCloud.
Collections is a personal database manager that helps users to organize virtually anything.
Almighty was designed to provide Mac users with a quick way to enable systems ‘tweaks’ that improve how the operating system functions.
Todoist is a productivity app system that gives users the confidence to stay organized and make progress on things that are important.
Developed by Oleh Stasula, Usage is a powerful set of utility applications for macOS, iOS, and iPadOS that provide detailed system use information to users. Both sets of apps are designed to be lightweight, customizable, and intuitive for users.
All the Timers is an iOS timer app that provides customizable timers to be used for any use. The app allows users to create as many timers as they want to use for preparing meals or any other task that requires a timer.
Authenticator App is a set of apps for macOS, iOS, iPad OS, and watchOS that provides 2FA tokens for all your online accounts.
PastePal is a lightweight clipboard manager designed for use with macOS, iOS, and iPadOS. The app allows users to save, search, and organize their clipboard history by app, smart item type, and even collections.
System Color Picker is a nicely designed utility app for macOS that lives in your menu bar. It was developed by Sindre Sorhus who is a full-time open-source developer from Thailand.
SideNotes is designed to be a distraction-free option for quick note-taking. On its surface, it’s a notepad that lives on the side of your monitor.
Grammarly Premium brings renewed confidence in your writing skills with the premium features it provides.
With more than 3.7 million apps in the App Store, how is someone supposed to know what they should download? As an avid user of the iPhone, I have quite a few that I consider a must-have. These are apps that I download as soon as possible when I upgrade my device. Here are five of my favorite iOS apps that I think everyone should have.
When it comes to WordPress Plugins there are thousands. Wading through the sea of plugins to find the best solutions for your site is a daunting task. There are literally dozens of options for each type of action you want for your site. Just this week, I was searching for a Table of Contents plugin (included below) and I spent hours testing out the various options until I found just the right fit.
We all have our favorite apps – the ones we can’t live without. And while we always think about how those apps affect our daily productivity, we can’t ignore the ‘behind-the-scenes’ work of macOS extensions. Extensions take their app counterpart to the next level and elevate your work even further.
Pareto Security macOS app keeps your system safe by ensuring your native security options are enabled. It’s a lightweight utility app with several options for licensing. The application was built with open-source code, which is available through GitHub.
I really enjoy the Apple ecosystem and have been an Apple Mail user for years. I like how all of Apple’s native apps work together but as much as I enjoy using Mail, I have felt like it was lacking some advanced features like follow-up reminders and email scheduling.
There are approximately 1.96 million apps available for download from the App Store and it can be nearly impossible to sift through them all to determine which ones will be most beneficial to you. Everyone has their ‘go-to’ apps — you know, the apps you can’t live without. It’s taken me a long time and several computers to settle on my Top 5 apps
Goodreads started as a social cataloging website in 2006 and has evolved into a system that included mobile apps. The app allows you to find new, interesting books and personalized recommendations based on the books you read and review.
The STEM acronym has become the en vogue educational word over the past two decades. Schools and extracurricular activities have utilized this term to attract students and parents interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and technology. Even though the idea was not new, the acronym was changed from SMET to STEM in 2001