...plus, new tools for viewing web content, and more
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you better support for your music, a way to afford that new home, and many more apps for work and play. Read on!
Developer Joe Pestro’s $8 Arranged brings an innovative way to display your favorite webpages on your Mac.
With this simple app, you can split your screen into a variety of different layouts and assign a different web URL to each section—a perfect solution for dashboards, demos, and presentations.
Boxy: Inbox by Gmail email client 1.0
The app brings Google’s Inbox to your Mac, complete with a rich user interface, plus support for bundles, highlights, and reminders, and much more.
The app collates and displays files based on their date, working either as a search engine, work reminder, or “file historian.” It works both with built-in drives and any external storage devices you may have, with the option to select specific folders to speed up indexing operations.
Gear for Google Play and YouTube 2.2.20
The app provides full support for all of Google Play’s features, including curated radios, media uploads, equalizers, offline mode, and much more. It’s even compatible with OS X’s Notification Center for quick access to your music any time you need it.
Impresso Pro 1.5.0
The app applies special filters that turn your images into beautiful paintings, from soft-focus renderings to full-blown impressionist masterpieces—all at the click of your mouse.
Mortgage Modeler 1.0
The app lets you model any number of borrowing scenarios until you find the one that fits your budget and needs. It supports both traditional and ARM mortgages, interim payments, accelerated repayment schedules, and more.
Purple Notes 2.3
In addition to supporting rich text and all kinds of media, the app can organize your data in a variety of ways, features a full-text search function, and synchronizes with its iOS counterpart over iCloud.
Site Monitor 1.0.0
This easy-to-use app sits quietly in your menu, monitoring a list of websites of your choice—and is ready to notify you when one of them becomes inaccessible due to a network problem or some other malfunction.