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In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you a way to track your golf game, an update to your calendar’s best friend, and a delicious digital box for all your recipes.
Get on the links with Mulligan Software’s $40 Eagle, designed to help you keep score for your games, leagues, and tournaments.
The app supports an unlimited number of players, several scoring strategies, and is great for amateurs and pros alike.
The app allows you to manage your appointments and to-dos directly from the convenience of your menu and with the ability to use natural language queries to create new entries quickly and efficiently.
The app keeps a full complement of annotation tools at your fingertips, such as highlighters, textual notes, and even pictures and watermaks. It’s compatible with a number of third-party tools like Evernote, Ulysses, and DEVON think, and it can even export all your notes to plain text.
The app supports a handy “chef mode” that makes it easy to follow recipes while you’re cooking, allows you to add your own notes to every entry, and allows you to easily share your favorite work with your friends.
Wirelessheads’s $7 Paste is a pasteboard history manager that makes it easy to keep track of everything you copy and paste.
The app keeps a running archive of the data you copy to your pasteboard and shows you a visual preview of each item that you can either paste back into your apps or manipulate directly.
Music pro or gifted amateur? Gargant Studios’s $25 Reflow 2 allows you to quickly compose your scores using a simple and interactive process.
The app supports both manually created scores as well as input over MIDI; it supports both traditional notation and tabulatures, synthesized playbacks, and much more.
The app can help you plan your daily activities and then follow your time usage as you knock items off your to-do list—as well as advise you when your schedule goes off the rails and you need to get back on track.