Done, and done
This week’s Mac app roundup brings you sports tricks, photos you didn’t know you could make, and the ability to get things done.
As the new school year approaches, the $10 CoachBase - Animated coach clipboard playbook offers an interesting take on sports training at all levels.
With support for more than 20 games, the app helps coaches design and illustrate their plays with a simple and intuitive interface that supports animations and synchronization across multiple devices.
CrazyTalk Animator Pro 2.13.1929
Lightfield Iris 1.2.1
The app allows you to perform several editing operations, control focus and depth of field, and export the resulting pictures to a variety of formats.
Living Weather HD 3.0.3
VorInn’s Living Weather HD turns your desktop into an animated weather forecast center.
The app—free with the ability to remove ads in exchange for a $4 in-app purchase—comes with a variety of “live” wallpapers, from beautiful beaches to calming wheat fields, and shows the current weather forecast directly on your desktop.
Math Studio 6.0
The app supports arithmetic, can expand expressions and factorialize equations, and even supports plotting graphs of arbitrary complexity in both two and three dimensions.
Developer Peter Nicklas’s $3 Stereogram allows you to turn your photos into three-dimensional pictures that can be experienced with the naked eye.
The app uses a technique known as autostereography to create patterns that, when properly observed, allow the viewer to experience the illusion of 3D without the need for special equipment.
The app features an intuitive user interface, allows you to break down complex operations into simpler tasks, and synchronizes all your information across multiple devices using a variety of cloud-based solutions.
Bits and bytes
Tinker’s Pasteasy (Mac App Store Link) allows you to transparently copy and paste data between your various devices. An iOS version of this free app, as well as versions that run on Android or Windows, are also available.
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