... plus, text expanders, a keyboard trick for iOS devices, and more
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a tool that brings some flair to your folders, the keys to your next Academy Award, and the last project planning tool you’ll ever need. Read on!
If you run a small business on the side, Andy Bettis’s $5 AndyBooks will help you keep up with your financial obligations, without breaking the bank.
The app provides you with a handy set of ledgers in which you can record your transactions, categorize your revenues and expenses, and keep an eye on your operations.
With this app, you can quickly “hide” all the windows on your screen and only allow one to be visible, thus eliminating all that distracting visual noise and making it possible for you to get some work done.
With this app, you can easily customize the icons associated with every one of your directories, thus making it easier to recognize data at a glance—not to mention adding a bit of flair to an otherwise mundane element of your operating system!
The app allows you to define complex, multi-layered processes using a visual interface based on flow diagrams, and then translate them into industry-standard GANNT charts that let you easily monitor their progress as they are executed.
TunesMedic 2 (Remove Duplicates, Clean, Repair & Export for iTunes) 1.9.0
This handy tool lets you find and eliminate duplicate songs, remove empty playlists, clean up iOS device backups, and even export one or more tracks to your hard drive.
Typeeto: Remote full size bluetooth keyboard 1.3
The app uses Bluetooth to create a special profile that tricks your iPhone, iPad, and even your Apple TV into thinking that your Mac is an external keyboard, thus allowing you to control those devices without the need for dedicated hardware.
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