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99 Mac Secrets (Part 5) - Top ten third-party apps

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90.  Google Chrome

Price: free

If you’re looking for a faster, more customizable browser than Safari, you’ll love Chrome. The minimalist interface is very Apple, and a store full of add-ons offers plenty of additional content. There are syncing features, too – download Chrome for iOS on your iPhone and iPad and you can see which tabs are open on other devices, pick up browsing where you left off and share bookmarks between devices.

Google Chrome

91.  Yoink

Price: $1.99

This app is a tiny hidden drawer that appears when you start dragging something. Drop it in the Yoink drawer, switch apps and drag it out – it’s as simple as that, and we use it every single day. It’s perfect for moving assets from one app to another when you’re in full-screen mode with Mountain Lion.

92.  Reflector

Price: $14.99

This simple app enables you to show your iOS device’s screen on your Mac using AirPlay. Open Reflector and your Mac will pop up as a new AirPlay device on your iPad or iPhone.

This simple app enables you to show your iOS device’s screen on your Mac using AirPlay.

93.  Pixelmator

Price: $14.99

Pixelmator is designed specifically for the Mac, and it shows. The interface is beautiful, with some stunning flourishes, and the app itself is easy to use, but offers tremendous power even compared to Photoshop. Well worth downloading – once you start playing with it you’ll be hooked.

94.  Tweetbot

Price: $19.99

There are plenty of Twitter apps available on the Mac, and for many, the choice will come down to personal preference. Tweetbot is by far our favorite, offering a slick interface, easy-to-understand conversation views, in-line images and videos and some of the best customization options we’ve seen. It’s expensive, because Twitter limits the number of users for third-party apps and the team had to make money, but it’s well worth the cost.

Tweetbot

95.  Alfred

Price: Free

If you use Spotlight a lot, you’ll be used to tapping a keyboard shortcut and typing the name of an app to open it up. Alfred lets you perform other tasks quickly like instantly opening applications or files. It’s powerful, and while it takes time to learn, it will speed up your productivity.

If you use Spotlight a lot, you’ll be used to tapping a keyboard shortcut and typing the name of an app to open it up.

96.  Flutter

Price: Free

Flutter uses the built-in FaceTime HD camera in all Macs. When you hold your hand up to the screen, it will play (or pause) your music. Gesture with a thumb to the right and you skip forward a song, gesture left and you’ll skip back. It might not be something you use every day, but it makes controlling your music a lot of fun.

97.  123D Design

Price: Free

A recent addition to the Mac App

Store, 123D Design offers simple and easy-to-use 3D modeling options that you will pick up surprisingly quickly. The library of free parts get you started with a robot or train from pre-made pieces, before designing your own models.

123D Design

98.  Snapheal

Price: $12.99

If you’re looking for a photo fixing app that packs in most of Photoshop’s tools without the price tag, Snapheal is your answer. Offering plenty of options for fixing blemishes, smoothing skin and removing areas of the picture entirely, it’s a powerful choice for those that need to get a quick fix without the professional knowledge.

If you’re looking for a photo fixing app that packs in most of Photoshop’s tools without the price tag, Snapheal is your answer.

99.  Pocket

Price: Free

With Pocket, you can save websites, articles, and videos you find online and view them later. The iOS app syncs automatically, so you can access the content anywhere, and it’s all put together into such a neat package that you’ll find you’d rather read an article in the app than online.

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