While an obsession with being neat and tidy might seem over the top, there are some very good reasons for a minimalist approach to using your Mac. Fortunately, there are plenty of apps to help you maintain a healthy, happy and minimalist working environment. And they’ll help your Mac perform better too! Here are the best minimalist apps.
In the internet age, everybody wants a piece of your attention. Whether it’s your latest gaming addiction or the clickbait site you love to hate, distractions are everywhere. Luckily, there’s Focus, an easy-to-use website blocker for Mac built to shut out distractions so you can get things done.
When you're unable to concentrate, you can't think clearly, focus on a task, or maintain your attention. It’s a common problem. No one is immune from distractions, especially in this digital age. No one can work consistently without focus drifting. There are, however, ways to improve concentration and stop the mind from wandering.
If you use your Mac for developing software, building websites, or any other technical task, there are dozens of great apps to help you. Whether you need to transfer files to a web server, analyze a wifi network, or connect to a VPN, Setapp has you covered.
The newest addition to Setapp collection is our first cryptocurrency app. It’s been long time coming and we’re happy to welcome Moonitor in our ranks. In this piece we’ll cover why it’s good, what it offers you as a trader, and how it circumvents the pitfalls of other similar apps.
Whether you’re trying to master the MCAT or just pass a Spanish class, chances are you’re going to need to memorize a lot of new information. And one of the surest ways to build up your recall and familiarity with new terms and ideas is the humble flashcard.
Mastering design thinking isn’t easy, it will require practice and focus, but the apps described here will give you a head start and the best chance of succeeding. Choose the right tools and you’ll be well on your way.