Track time and stay focused
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a few ways to keep focused and save your precious time for more useful activities—like solving math problems or watching videos online.
The app automatically gives you a complete overview of all the cookies stored on your Mac—including those used by Flash and Silverlight—and lets you decide whether to keep or discard them.
Elmedia Player 5.0.458
This versatile player can play a veritable alphabet soup of video format, from FLV to MKV and MOV, without requiring the installation of external codecs or plugins, is capable of streaming movies directly from a Web address, and even lets you edit the subtitles stored in your files.
Fade In 2.0.503
GCC Productions’ $50 Fade In can help you turn your dream of Hollywood success into reality—or, at least, help you give your school’s production of “A Christmas Carol” a more polished look.
This professional screenwriting tool allows you to write plays in standard format, and makes easy work of tracking revisions as you move through the drafting process.
Focus Time 1.0
The app lets you create a log of every activity in your life—from working, to exercising, to dealing with house chores. Its simple interface helps you categorize everything, and can even produce charts that explain how you spend your most precious resource.
The app can be used for anything from recording the latest episode of your podcast to digitizing your old vinyl records, and offers many options for adding effects to your end product and optimizing its quality.
Ideal for everyone from the high school student to the professional engineer, the app supports linear algebra, calculus, and physics operations. PocketCAS also offers up full scripting capabilities, and can plot both two- and three-dimensional graphs.
Silent Sifter 3.2
The app manages your files’ entire lifecycle: it can import data from various sources, organize media by date, and filter even very large amounts of pictures and videos with a few click of your mouse.
Sometimes, simple really is better—at least, that’s what Ten by Ten’s $2 Timer seems to suggest.
The app offers up a simple interface that can be controlled either with your mouse or with a few keystrokes. When your timer reaches zero, Timer plays a ringtone and flashes its display.
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