...plus a new dashboard tool, photography software, and moreThis week\u2019s roundup of Mac apps brings you great ways to add richness to your audio recordings and screen captures, calendar software that covers your entire year, and more.Allocator 1.1.2Solbits\u2019s $30 Allocator (Mac App Store Link) simplifies the task of managing your investments by helping you analyze and chart the state of your portfolio.\nThe app can automatically track all your stocks, and produces a number of beautiful graph-based reports that detail how your money is allocated, giving you a great way to make sure that you\u2019re investing the right way.Annotate 2.0.4As its name suggests, Driftt\u2019s $9 Annotate (Mac App Store Link) lets you grab screenshots from your Mac and add all kinds of notes to them.\nThe app can capture arbitrary regions of your screen as well as individual windows. You can then highlight portions of the resulting image, and draw or type text over it.Audio Notebook 1.0Music Paradise\u2019s $2 Audio Notebook is the perfect companion for lectures, seminars, and meetings.\nThe app allows you to pair an audio file with time-stamped notes, thus making it easy to create a sense of context to accompany your recordings.CoverScout 3.6.3If you\u2019re tired of dealing with missing iTunes artwork, check out Equinux\u2019s $27 CoverScout 3 (Mac App Store Link).\nThe app is designed to help you identify and locate every last song and album that lacks associated cover art, and search the Internet for replacements.Interval 3.2Developer Fabio Policarpo\u2019s $4 Interval brings the power of time-lapse photography to your Mac.\nThe app allows you to create smooth movies from either a sequence of photos or from keyframes taken from an existing regular-speed video, and includes support for professional formats like RAW and UHD.PeakHour 3.0.5Wondering what\u2019s going with your network? Digitician\u2019s $8 PeakHour 3 (Mac App Store Link) may hold the answers you need.\nThe app works with compatible routers (including those in Apple\u2019s Airport family) to analyze every last byte that travels through your local network and provide you with a complete account of where all your data goes right in your Mac\u2019s menu.PhotoJob 2.0RootRise Technologies\u2019s $10 PhotoJob 2 (Mac App Store Link) is a Swiss Army knife for all your photographic needs.\nThe app allows you to batch rename, resize, filter, convert, and watermark your images with a simple but powerful interface, and comes with numerous extra features, including support for many different formats and a handy quick-view mode that lets you take a peek at your results before you export them.PopBoardz 1.0.2If you feel a twinge of envy every time you look at a modern Windows desktop (we know, but there might be some Windows fans among us!), you may want to check out Moonbeach\u2019s\u00a0PopBoardz.\nThe free app allows you to create \u201cboardz\u201d made of up of tiles that can hold images, text files, videos and more\u2014which gives you quick access to the items that matter most.yCal 1.5When your calendar starts driving you insane, it might be time to take a look at WhizBits\u2019s $16 yCal (Mac App Store Link), which places an entire year\u2019s worth of appointments and tasks at your fingertips.\nThe app gives you a bird\u2019s eye view of your entire schedule, and lets you drill in to particular days so you can review and edit every last detail. You can even print out a convenient letter-sized version of your calendar that you can keep on your desk or hand out to others.