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In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you software that lets you literally draw anywhere, training and fitness programs for all levels, and a handy new way to play and discover music.
Go to Study 1.0
IT Top’s Go to Study is designed to help students stay on top of their assignments and class workloads.
The app tracks classes, homework, and projects using a simple color-coded diary that makes it easy to hit your due dates and get everything done on time.
The app supports all kinds of tools, including highlighters, drawing pencils, and even text bubbles, and lets you export and save your doodles at the click of a mouse.
The app helps you meet specific goals by creating a training schedule, tracking your progress, and visualizing your results. You can enter all your data manually, or by synchronizing with one of several supported personal fitness tracking devices.
KCals Calorie Counter 1.9.10
When you’re trying to lose those few extra pounds, every little bit helps. Kcals’ $4 Calorie Counter (Mac App Store Link) helps you keep track of your caloric intake and expenditures using an innovative approach.
Rather than giving you a daily caloric allotment, the app displays a simulation of your metabolism in realtime, helping you make better eating decisions as you go through your day.
Momentum Habit Tracker 1.1
This free app helps you identify all those activities that make a productive contribution to a healthy and happy life—like exercising and reading—and then helps you apply them to your daily routine. Thanks to a companion iOS app, you can even synchronize all your data to your iPhone and Apple Watch.
Developer Mussabekov Rustem’s Raindrop.io tracks your favorite content from across the web—images, text, documents, URLs, and more.
The app can grab content from webpages and other programs running on your Mac and organizes them using collections and tags that can be easily searched upon. Thanks to its support for iCloud, it also makes sharing all the content across your devices a breeze.
Designed to work alongside the most popular music apps, including iTunes, Spotify, and Rdio, Squidoo lets you control playback from the menu, broadcast and play songs over the network, and even helps you discover new music based on your listening history.
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