Not getting enough from the built-in Mail app on your Mac? Perhaps you’re a Gmail user that wants both delete *and* archive functionality at your fingertips, or maybe you want Dropbox support for file attachments. Whatever the reason, there are a few great alternatives when it comes to handling email on the Mac.
As we work on our Macs, our desktops tend to become cluttered with apps and all the windows they contain. You can always hide Mac apps by using the Cmd + H keyboard shortcut, but that can be a tedious task if you have several apps open. Instead, let Hocus Focus automatically hide your unused Mac apps for you!
If you’re working in a creative environment of any kind, the importance of being able to collaborate easily with others on your team is vital. Here are a few of my current favorites and how they fit into my daily workflow.
If you use an iPhone or iPad, you’re already familiar with the pop-up menus that appear after selecting text. Thanks to PopClip, that same functionality now comes to your Mac.
If you’re switching from a Windows PC to a Mac, you’ll most likely want to make sure your most used apps are either available for Mac, or that there are viable alternatives. Don’t worry, we can help!