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The Week in Mac Apps: Reach for the sky

One of the apps in this week's roundup takes you to infinity and beyond, while another grounds your business firmly to Earth. In between, you'll find ways to get things organized, go on a trip, and stash away the entire Web for later.

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Reach for the sky

One of the apps in this week’s roundup takes you to infinity and beyond, while another grounds your business firmly to Earth. In between, you’ll find ways to get things organized, go on a trip, and stash away the entire Web for later.

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Enpass 4.0

Sinew Software Systems’s Enpass (Mac App Store Link) is a secure vault for your private information, including passwords, secure notes, financial data, and even ID papers.

The free app features military-grade encryption, can import data from other password managers, and supports easy synchronization with its iOS counterpart over iCloud.

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Keep Everything Premium

Unleash your inner digital hoarder with Groosoft’s $10 Keep Everything Premium (Mac App Store Link), which lets you keep a copy of everything you can find on the Web.

The app creates live archives of Web pages, tweets, and YouTube videos that you can view offline or synchronize across multiple machines via Dropbox.

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mInventory 1.5

Meg Software’s $40 mInventory is designed to help retail businesses keep track of their products and sales, with a complete workflow that goes from manufacturing to delivery.

Each step of the workflow can be customized to your needs, and everything feeds neatly into a powerful reporting system that allows you to stay on top of things effortlessly.

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Pins 1.8.1

Objectivesheep’s $20 Pins (Mac App Store Link) imports your bookmarks from most major browsers and helps you organize them by using folders and tags.

The app also provides one-click sharing with friends and colleagues, as well as the ability to synchronize everything either through the app’s own service or Dropbox.

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SkyORB 3D 4.8.2

Realtech VR’s $3 SkyORB 3D (Mac App Store Link) takes you on a tour of the solar system—or the entire galaxy—in the form of a realistic space simulation that includes all major bodies in vivid, three-dimensional detail.

The app provides lots of information on many celestial bodies, with the ability to accurately simulate their positions in the sky respective to the Earth's rotation.

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ToodleDo 1.1

What’s on your plate? Toodledo.com’s eponymous app (Mac App Store Link) helps you track your tasks with a simple interface that’s geared towards getting things done.

You can categorize tasks in many ways, estimate their complexity, and even keep tabs on the amount of time you spend on them.

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Weather Dock 3.0.5

Voros Innovation’s $3 Weather Dock brings the weather right to your Dock, with a beautiful animated icon and a fast, responsive interface that keeps the forecast just a click away.

The forecast can be displayed in both metric and imperial units, with hourly updates and support for most locations worldwide.

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Wizard 1.4.1

If you feel that statistical analysis feels more like dark magic than science, developer Evan Miller’s $80 Wizard (Mac App Store Link) is probably worth a look.

The app demystifies data analysis through an interface that markes powerful graphing and research tools accessible to everyone, from businesspeople to professional mathematicians.

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Bits and bytes

Microsoft’s OneNote (Mac App Store Link) note-taking app has been updated to version 15.1, which includes support for printing, drag and drop, and better text-formatting capabilities.

Modesitt Software has bumped its $15 Road Trip Planner app to version 2.0, bringing with it a new layout that makes organizing things easier, as well as point-of-interest support and better routing.