Five Best Mac Apps You Will Definitely Need
Aadhya Khatri - Jan 21, 2020
People tend to pay more attention to apps designed for iPads and iPhones. But Mac also has a wide range of handy apps worth checking out
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People tend to pay more attention to apps designed for iPads and iPhones. But Mac also has a wide range of handy apps worth checking out. Let’s learn about some of them:
Sensei ($29/year) (Rs. 2,064)
One of the advantages of Sensei is its clean interface and the useful tools it offers. Its arsenal includes disk cleaning, RAM, GPU, and CPU monitoring, SSD Trim enabling, and many more. If you pay $59, you can have lifetime access but before you commit, take advantage of its free trial to see if you really need it.
Mouseless ($15) (Rs. 1,067)
Shortcuts can save you lots of time browsing around with your apps, but there are so many of them that you may have a hard time remembering all. Mouseless offers an interactive training session helping you learn by heart all of the needed shortcuts.
Clew is designed to help you search across all of the connected Cloud accounts. Other functions include quick sharing with dragging and dropping. Users will have support for Google Drive, Dropbox, and more.
Gooba is a combination of writing, task management, and note-taking. So you can do things like writing an article and set a time for it to be sent. The app supports platform compatibility so you access it from Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Clicker ($5) (Rs. 355)
Clicker is not an individual but a collection of apps for video streaming like Hulu, Netflix, YouTube TV, and Disney+. You can launch from the dock and Clicker supports quick video pausing, touch bar controls, full-screen browsing, picture-in-picture, and many more.
This is the go-to option if you want more than just streaming with browsers. Disney+ is free but the rest of the collection will set you back $5.