SLIDESHOW

The Week in Mac Apps: Math, virtual vet, and a few beats

In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find software that helps you make calculations, handle math problems, play (animal) doctor, and even scratch a few vinyls.

00 intro

Math, virtual vet, and a few beats

In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find software that helps you make calculations, handle math problems, play (animal) doctor, and even scratch a few vinyls.

calctape

Calctape 1.0.0

SFR Software’s $6 CalcTape combines a word processor with a calculator in a unique and powerful package.

The app allows you to combine text content with calculations in a single document, and supports a variety of convenient mathematical operations—including the ability of settings your own “live” variables.

djaypro

Djay Pro 1.0

Algoriddim’s $50 djay Pro (Mac App Store Link) brings the company’s popular iOS DJ app to OS X, with a stunning interface and a great feature set.

The app supports everything a modern DJ needs: tempo detection and sync, sound effects, spectrum analysis, and more.

eclickerpresenter2

eClick Presenter 2.0

Alex Silverman’s $5 eClicker Presenter 2 is the perfect tool for anyone who has to present in front of an audience and wants to make sure that everyone is following along.

Together with a set of companion iOS apps, the app allows you to create ad-hoc questions and quizzes that you can share with everyone present, soliciting feedback and getting instant reports on how well your presentation is being received.

essentialanatomy5

Essential Anatomy 5.0

A great tool for medical students and professionals—and for those curious about the human body—3D4Medical’s $34 Essential Anatomy 5 (Mac App Store Link) offers an interactive look at what goes under a person’s skin.

The app, which comes with both male and female models, offers high-quality graphics, easy navigation and location of important features, and a number of advanced features that can be unlocked using in-app purchases.

funsketch

FunSketch 1.1

FunAppStudio’s $1 FunSketch turns your photos into artsy sketches using one of several advanced filters.

The app can combine dozens of brushes, paper textures, and sketch types into thousands of combinations that are sure to turn your pictures into memories.

iconslate

IconSlate 4.2

Jeremy Marchand’s $5 Icon Slate (Mac App Store Link) is a handy utility that lets developers and power users create and save their own high-resolution icons.

The app comes with full support for Retina displays and resolutions, can read from and write to several common icon formats, and its functionality can even be incorporated directly into your Automator workflows.

mathstudio6

MathStudio 6.1

Pomegranate Apps’s $100 MathStudio 6 (Mac App Store Link) is designed to give educators and professionals access to a wide range of math tools.

From graphs to equations, the app can help conquer hard problems with a powerful built-in scripting language that makes developing algorithms of any complexity a breeze.

petdoc

Pet Doc 1.0

Runesoft’s $9 Pet Doc (Mac App Store Link) gives you a chance to try your hand at playing veterinarian.

This quirky game simulates a busy vet’s office, with customers showing up alongside their pets in needs of care for various kinds of ailments. As your practice grows, you can expand to new locations, offer more services, and build a thriving business.

tinyworld

TinyWord 2.0

Enolsoft’s $7 TinyWord (Mac App Store Link) is, as its name subtly implies, a simple but functional word processor.

The app supports all major text formats, including Safari Web archives, and can manipulate complex documents that include advanced features like tables and inline images.