The Week in Mac Apps: Take control of your email with Airmail

This week's roundup of new Mac apps includes Airmail, a tool that helps you centralize your e-mail accounts.

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New Mac apps of the week

This week’s roundup of new Mac apps includes Airmail, a tool that helps you centralize your email accounts. Plus, apps for keeping your Mac safe from malicious attacks, improving your chess skills, helping to tame your hunger, and much more. Read on!


Airmail 3 3.01

If you use multiple email accounts, Bloop’s $10 Airmail 3 (Mac App Store Link) lets you consolidate them all in once place.

The app organizes all your messages just the way you want by separating them into folders, and fully integrates with third-party applications like Fantastical, plus stock Apple apps like Calendar and Reminders for a smoother workflow.


Antivirus Spartan - Malware - Adware Scanner & Remover 1.0.1

NikOffsec’s $10 Antivirus Spartan (Mac App Store Link) helps prevent malicious software attacks and safeguards your personal information from intrusion.

The app blocks malware and pop-up ads, disables unauthorized browser extensions, and keeps your network secure with a personal firewall. Antivirus Spartan even checks for ransomware and key logging software to keep your Mac safe from unwelcome snooping.


Building for Minecraft 1.0

Whether you are a Minecraft fanatic or just like to dabble in the blocky game, Bluewater Publishing’s $7 Building for Minecraft helps you to create exciting structures for an improved game experience.

The app includes detailed instructions and videos to create unique houses, skyscrapers, and even marine docks and piers. It also comes with a 67-page electronic booklet that offers all you need to know about modern home design—at least as it relates to Mojang’s popular title.


Chess Win - win a piece chess problems 1.0

Sergiy Kurash’s $3 Chess Win gives you a chance to hone your skill with a set of insightful chess problems for all levels of ability.

The app offers a series of challenges of varying difficulty, and focuses on various aspect of the game, from opening theory to endgame development and strategy work on specific pieces.


Doodle God 3.1.0

JoyBits’ Doodle God (Mac App Store Link) lets you dabble in the divine by putting you in charge of creating your own universe.

From single-cell organisms to humans (and beyond), you are in full control of the entire evolutionary process—including, as it turns out, dealing with the unintended consequences of your failures.


FreeChat for WhatsApp 1.1.1

Rocky Sand Studio’s FreeChat for WhatsApp (Mac App Store Link) integrates with WhatsApp to keep you up to date with all your conversations in realtime.

The app supports multiple themes, lets you share photos by dragging and dropping them from the Finder, supports group conversations, and offers customizable notifications to make sure you never miss another message.


HungryMe 2.2.2

With the summer in full swing, it’s not always easy to think of a dinner plan on a work day. Luckily, developer Mark Brown’s $5 HungryMe helps you prepare delicious food with its handy collection of great recipes.

The app offers a friendly interface where you can access recipes by category or search for them by keyword, and provides step-by-step instructions that can be viewed on screen or read aloud by OS X’s voice synthesizer.


System Monitor 1.60

Marcel Bresink’s $5 System Monitor (Mac App Store Link) provides you with an at-a-glance view of your computer’s activity right from your menu bar.

The app shows information about your Mac’s internal temperature, storage capacity, CPU and memory usage, and provides a real-time visual indication of network and hard drive activity.


Tasky 1.0

When life gets busy, InspiringLife’s $4 Tasky (Mac App Store Link) is ready to help you manage your engagements and tasks with ease.

The app features a built-in calendar from where you can add reminders and due dates, and keep track of partially-completed events that require follow ups. You can print or export a handy list of your tasks directly from the app for offline use, and sync your information across all your devices via iCloud.

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