I’m a huge fan of Bartender, the $15 menubar manager that, among other things, allows you to hide the icons for apps that live in the macOS menubar. A cluttered menubar drives me crazy, and so does not having control over the order of their appearance in the menubar regardless of how many there are.
But $15 may be a bit much for some people, particularly those who simply want to hide a few of the menubar icons and don’t need the other features found in Bartender.Read more “Grab This Free Alternative to Bartender App for macOS”
If you’ve been on the Internet long enough, you no doubt remember how popular RSS feeds were, and how RSS readers were all the rage. Late in the game, an app called Reeder made its way to the top of the list of popular RSS readers.Read more “Reeder for Mac: Free for limited time”
A trip down memory lane for longtime Mac users. Some of the classic “hero” wallpapers have also been upscaled to 5K.Read more “Apple Wallpapers dating back to Mac OS 7”
Read more “A new, elegant and more feature-filled take on note-taking apps”
So I recently showed you a cool little app that displays short notes & reminders in the menubar. Today we check out a new app that’s just the opposite, a more complete, elegant and full-featured Notes app that offers plenty of reasons to upgrade from Apple’s built-in Notes app.
Read more “Add simple scrolling notes or reminders to your macOS menubar”
For those who simply must have notes and reminders always in front of them, most Notes and Reminders Apps don’t work because they require you to actively open them to view the notes and reminders. Even the apps that don’t require you to open them rely on notifications that you dismiss and forget about. It can be a real problem.