Sketching, taking notes, and keeping track of things
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps has everything you need to make sure your important thoughts never slip through the cracks.
Expense Pro 1.0
The app allows you track all your purchases and expenses, keep an eye on your stocks and investments, and figure out the best way to manage your budget.
The app offers dozens of professionally-designed templates for your auctions, supports multiple eBay accounts, and even comes with its own image-hosting service.
The app is great for everything from a little extra help with homework to designing electrical circuits, and can export drawings in a variety of formats, including PDF, EPS, and even ASCII art.
Figuring out what’s going on in your head is easy with ToketaWar’s $48 iThoughtsX, a mind-mapping app that allows you to quickly draw up all diagrams in ten different styles.
The app supports images and arbitrary vector shapes, and allows you to attach notes, Web links, and callouts directly to individual portions of your diagrams.
The app sits quietly in the background—until, that is, you call it into action, at which point it shows you a quick graph of your usage patterns, and tells you how much bandwidth you’ve used in the last day or month.