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The Week in Mac Apps: Filter your way to better photos with Design 360

In this week's Mac app news: The ever-so-sassy Carrot Weather gets an update, Configurator 2 makes managing multiple iOS devices easy, and much more.

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Filter your way to better photos with Design 360

In this week’s Mac app news: The ever-so-sassy Carrot Weather gets an update, Configurator 2 makes managing multiple iOS devices easy, and much more.

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ApolloOne 1.0.0

Anogeissus’s $4 ApolloOne is an image viewer designed with efficiency and speed in mind.

The app allows you to quickly browse through large collections of photos directly from your filesystem. It provides an ultrafast RAW converter, extended EXIF metadata browser, and all kinds of handy shortcuts to make your life easier.

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Apple Configurator 2.1

If you need to manage a large complement of iOS devices, Apple’s Configurator 2 is your go-to app.

With this handy program, you can configure and deploy all the iPads, iPhones, and even Apple TVs at your office or school. You can also quickly reset passwords, recover stuck devices, and control what software can run on them.

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Carrot Weather 1.1

Raining outside? Get your forecast served with a side of digital sarcasm with Grailr’s $12 Carrot Weather (Mac App Store Link).

The app offers accurate hourly, daily, and long-term weather reports for any location in the world, accompanied by graphics and a healthy dose of personality that makes even the dreariest of days fun.

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Design 360 1.0

The $40 Design 360 Pro helps you turn photos into art with a series of sophisticated filters.

As its name suggests, the app delivers more than 360 filters capable of adding everything from a soft focus effect to light leaks and other distortions to create the ultimate memory out of your everyday photos.

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MenuBar Stats 2.0.1

Seense’s $5 MenuBar Stats (Mac App Store Link) places all kinds of critical information about your Mac right where you need it most.

The app resides in your menu and, when called upon, reveals running data about CPU and network usage, disk status, memory, and much more.

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Note Studio 1.1.3

Luminant Software’s $20 Note Studio (Mac App Store Link) provides you with a convenient workspace where you can collect and organize all your notes, documents, and media files.

Designed for professionals and students, the app makes your data more useful by providing a context in which it all comes together. In addition to grouping content by topic, you can organize your notes using the built-in Subject Browser, combine audio with text and drawings, and more.

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Photo Calendar Print 2.5.1

Make your own wall calendar with Azumino Studio’s $15 Photo Calendar Print (Mac App Store Link).

The app allows you to pick your favorite photos and use them as the backdrop for your next calendar; it offers both monthly and yearly formats, and supports all sorts of neat features like moon phases, holidays, appointments, and so on.

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PresenTime 1.0

Still in the doghouse for missing that anniversary? Let Lifestyle Guru’s PresenTime help you make sure you never lose track of another important date.

The app helps you create and manage a list of every important day in the year, and automatically notifies you when it’s time to send out that congratulatory notice or make a birthday call.

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Remoter 1.8.00

RemoterLabs’s $11 Remoter gives you instant access to all your remote hosts, whether they run VNC, RDP, or plain old SSH.

The app can connect to multiple hosts at the same time, offers realtime encryption, and even comes with built-in support for streaming audio for desktop-based protocols.