...plus, other great communication tools
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you great tools for managing your time, software for getting focused, and much more.
It’s amazing how much life a little post-processing can inject into your pictures. Case in point, RewDevApps’s $2 Blur helps you create stunning memories with the click of your mouse.
As its name subtly suggests, the app specializes in blur filters, and comes with tons of options that can turn even the most humdrum photo into a masterpiece.
Calendar 2 2.0
The app sits quietly in your menu until called upon, at which point it shows your upcoming appointments, reminders, the local weather, and much more—all in a fully-customizable interface that supports different views and themes.
The Hit List 1.1.16
Oh My Schedule Pro 1.0
It ain’t easy being a student—but IT Top’s $5 Oh My Schedule! can ease the pain of managing your class workload and study assignments.
The app allows you to enter and arrange your schedule and set up reminders for all your homework, tests, and extracurricular activities using a simple, color-coded interface that makes keeping track of everything a breeze.
Papercraft4 3D 2.0
Love building things? Developer Aleksandr Varaksa’s $40 Papercraft4 3D helps you turn your photos into three-dimensional paper models of everything from your favorite car to your dream house.
The app turns four images of any real-life object into a foldable model that you can print directly from your home or office printer, and then fold and glue them together to make a realistic creation.
The app allows you to organize your story, characters, and scenes, type out your manuscript, and prepare galleys. It also works just as well for a less… literary opus, like, say, that report that’s been sitting in your to-do list for a month.
White Noise 6.0
The app brings dozens of high-quality ambient sounds designed to drown the environmental noise around you and help you focus on your work, relax and space out, or just forget about the world for a while.
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