EssentialMac's App Of the Day or Week.
(AOTD) App Of The Day. That special app or program which really sticks out.
My friends at Lickability asked a while back if I’d be interested in selling Bugshot to them. Since it was worth approximately $0 under my stewardship and I had no plans to ever update it again, I just gave it to them and wished them the best, hoping they’d someday do something with it. Now, they have.
Hands up those of you who can remember the old classic file browser, back in the days of DOS, called Norton Commander? Norton made working with DOS as pleasurable as it could ever have been by not only offering a better way to copy a new files but also allowing you to work with multiple file formats within one application.
One standard has stood the passage of time and thats the ubiquitous office formats from the windows world. Being able to easily edit word, excel file on your iphone / iPad is now common place and with MobiSystems Office Suite app, even better than even Microsofts own offerings.
Nothing makes for a better review than when it’s used in the real world for a practical purpose. Exactly what’s happened to me this last week. I’ve had OCR apps for my iPhone and whilst theyre fine for a quick capture, this project needed something meatier.
Standing out in a crowded marketplace of fitness and step tracking apps is no easy task. Breeze manages with aplomb to display step tracking that stands out from a crowded marketplace.
Swiping in app’s has been given a boost since iOS 7 and now MacPaw have taken swiping to a completely new lever. Doing away with buttons and text labels, MacPaw release Listen, An App that’s “less app and more listening”
MixPal.FM is an iOS radio streaming app for Apple devices that’ll not only let you skip forward through tracks but also go back and revisit tracks and playlists. It’s an internet radio streaming app concentrating on a specific genre rather that the broader alternatives.
Strangely available now from no where the iPad mini retina now
only available for purchase via Apple’s online stores. Update. Now available everywhere
Missing cover art or show information for your movies you’ve backed up? Looking to add program names to video files the easy way? iDentify 2 for Mac looks at your file, goes off to IMDB, TVDB and others to populate that missing information and download cover art.
Vox Audio is an all in one audio player for mac that’ll pretty much handle any format you care to throw at it. Think of it as the VLC for the audio world.