I am looking for good Mac Apps. Here I share my 10 must-have apps with you and hope you tell me more apps I should try.

1.     Google Chrome

I use a lot of Google services like Gmail and YouTube, using them in Google’s Chrome browser makes a lot of sense. They were both based on the WebKit rendering engine originally, but Google now has their own Blink variant now, and they’ve always had their own JavaScript engine, V8.

If a page isn’t working well, or isn’t stable enough in Safari, give Chrome a try.

 Chrome  [Free]

Evernote

Keep notes, lists, photos and more all in one place, accessible with whatever device you have to hand.  If you want a good note taking app that’s easy to use and available on several platforms, you want Evernote.

Evernote  [Free]

3.       Dropbox

Obviously, the Dropbox app for Mac is a must-have as it’s the only way to get native access to Dropbox on OS X. Dropbox is my filesystem, the safe place where I can keep all my important personal (photos) and work (documents) files without worrying about sync or backups.

Dropbox  [Free]

4.       NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus

No one will doubt that  NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus is a must-have app for iTunes movie lovers.  It removes the DRM protection from your iTunes purchased movies and rental movies so you can play the movies freely on any devices like normal MP4 video files. What’s more, it helps you keep the rentals forever .

NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus [$44.95]

5.       Tweetbot

From list support to push notification to everything in between, Tweetbot is the most feature rich and complete Twitter experience available for Mac. The official Twitter app for Mac has gotten better recently but still lacks the feature set and control that only Tweetbot can offer. If you want the best Twitter experience available for Mac, Tweetbot is a must.

➤ Tweetbot [$19.99]

6.       1Password

Everyone with logins should have a good password manager, which means they should have 1Password. 1Password for Mac can autofill passwords, forms, and everything in between so you don’t have to remember a password ever again.

 1Password [$49.99]

7.       Pixelmator

Many people don’t realise that you can do very basic image editing (cropping, rotating, color tweaks etc) in the Preview app that comes with OS X. If your needs are greater than that but not advanced enough to shell out for Adobe Photoshop, Pixelmator is a perfect choice. It offers fine tuned control over common adjustments such as exposure, noise, white balance, and more. You can even edit objects out of photos and use many of the featured you’d find in Photoshop but for a fraction of the price.

➤ Pixelmator [$29.99]

8.       TextExpander

If you write a lot, this app could save you a serious amount of time. TextExpander allows you to set up keyboard shortcuts for words and phrases that you commonly type. It may seem expensive, but it saves us valuable time, all the time.

➤ TextExpander [$34.99]

9.       Fantastical

Fantastical is a calendar app for Mac that’s more convenient than the default Calendar app. It supports natural language input and sits right in your menu bar until you need it. Just click on it and get a quick view of your month and a list view of each day that integrates not only your calendar events, but your reminders as well.

➤ Fantastical [$19.99]

 Airmail

Airmail supports Gmail, Exchange, iCloud, Yahoo, POP3, IMAP and more account types; attachments from Dropbox and Google Drive and plenty of presentation and customization options. If Mail doesn’t suit you, check this out.

➤ Airmail [$1.99]

Everyone uses their Macs differently, so everyone has different must-have apps. Will you share yours with us?

 

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