Five of the Best Apps for Mac

Posted on November 22, 2014 by Nikhil P Naik

Delving into the world of the Mac can be an excellent thing. For many, their first Mac is like their first love. They never really forget about it. When you first lay claim to your MacBook, it’s an exciting time. With this, comes the need for wanting to download everything.

Of course, you need to download things that are going to be useful. But, with such a vast amount of free apps, it is tempting to download and use them all. After all, apps should be fun. They should be useful. Ultimately, they should serve a purpose. So, if you are keen to get your hands on some amazing apps that are perfect for your Mac, there are some great ideas in store for you.

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>  1Password

Are you sick of remembering a myriad of passwords? Do you not want to compromise your entire online security by just have one password? We should hope not. 1Password could just be the answer to all of your password problems. 1Password allows you to create super strong passwords. But, you don’t have to worry about remembering them as 1Password does all the hard work for you in the form of one simple click.

> Evernote

Evernote has been dominating the business scene for a while. But, students can also maximise their usage from Evernote too. Take notes, store files and retrieve presentations with ease in the form of an app. University has never been easier with this kind of application.

> Mackeeper

Mackeeper is an excellent way of making sure that you are protecting your computer against all kinds of bugs and infections. While the Mac may not be prone to Malware, it can still be susceptible to viruses. So, you need to take preventative measures in the form of the Mackeeper. Many people ask, “does Mackeeper cost money” in short, yes. But, it’s a small price to pay for peace of mind.

> Self Control

Facebook and Twitter addicts, we have a solution. No, you don’t have to go to social media rehab. On the contrary, you can download the Self Control app to your Mac and ensure that you are not procrastinating. The best thing about this free app is that it lets you block distracting websites. You can ensure that you are managing your time more efficiently. You can time how long you stay on a website. You can also blacklist certain sites if you don’t want to use them again.

> Better Snap Tool

For the photo happy among us, an Instagram filter just doesn’t cut the mustard. You may want to make sure that your photos are of a professional standard. What is more, you may be sick of the Amaro filter, it’s time to download the Better Snap Tool. This professional photography app is a great for digitising your photos. But, you can also use the multi screen function that comes part of the app to watch Netflix and complete your daily workload. It’s a split-screen function that allows you to do so much more.

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About Nikhil P Naik

Nikhil Naik has a Master's Degree in Information Systems, and is currently working as a Software Engineer at Microsoft. He also loves playing cricket, listening to music, and traveling. Twitter Handle - @buzz_nikhil.

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