5 New macOS Apps for a Productive Life
Apple’s macOS is perhaps one of the most impressive and productive operating systems around. With the new macOS 12 Monterey update, Apple started to focus more on the user experience and adding quality of life functionalities to the OS. Some even say macOS is one of the most complex yet simplest and easy to use operating systems.
Despite the fact that there are some incredible advantages to using macOS, there are clear drawbacks to using it as well, especially in professional and functional use cases. Sometimes these drawbacks can get in the way at some point in using it. Try out these few apps to make your work life a bit easier.
Doneit 2.0 wants to make you finish all your daily tasks quicker and efficiently in a pretty neat way. It helps you see a full picture of what you need to do now and what can wait until the later day. You can take advantage of more than 6 various tasks organization options within the app that will help you be more efficient and never worry about your messy lists.
It lets you easily filter out any of your tasks and all with your privacy in mind, all your data is stored on your device and is synced via iCloud so that you can access all your tasks across your Apple devices. Its interface feels like a native app and is simple and easy to understand. The app is free to download, you can download it from the App Store.
Maestral is an open-source lightweight Dropbox client for macOS. It only weighs 40MB and uses less than 100MB RAM. It gives your powerful command-line tools, supports gitignore patterns to exclude local files from syncing, and allows syncing multiple Dropbox accounts.
You can view and restore previous file versions, create and revoke shared links, and also, see a live view of all sync activity. It has a very lightweight GUI, it…