We are arguably living in a golden age of Apps. With so many to choose from, which will help you achieve your goals faster and which will end up slowing you down?
I often ask myself that question. Over the years I’ve tested dozens of apps, a few of which I still use regularly.
Here is a list of 17 utility apps (in no particular order). Some are free, some are paid. I hope you will find something that helps you be a more effective Mac user 😁
All your colour needs taken care of with one click: pick colours, check contrast, save themes and more. …
Don’t take it from me, on a recent poll by the Reynolds Journalism Institute, The Economist was named “The most trustworthy news source by Americans from across the political spectrum.” [Sources at the end]
From the age of 17, I started adding my favourite restaurants to my contacts app. As a food lover who is also pretty terrible at remembering names, I got tired of forgetting the names of great restaurants I had been to.
I even developed a naming convention to make it more easily searchable. It wasn’t pretty, it wasn’t the most practical, but it worked.
This all changed when I discovered custom lists on Google Maps. Custom lists are a nifty feature to organize information about places in Maps, and to be able to recall them using the lists that you create. …