You’ve probably wondered how to increase your productivity, whether you use your Mac for work purposes or for personal projects. There is only so much time in a day and so little mental energy you have before your productivity runs out.
You can increase productivity on your iPhone with a variety of tricks
But if you want to do the exact same,
It is a smart move to get productivity apps for your Mac that will help you accomplish more work in fewer hours.
This article will cover the top productivity apps that can help you get the most from your Mac.
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Alfred is a powerful productivity app. It acts in the same way as Spotlight on macOS, but has an almost endless number of features. Alfred’s main feature is its ability to create “Workflows”, which are chains of actions that can triggered by hotkeys, a “snippet”, or keyword.
The Alfred app can be downloaded for free. However, the Alfred Powerpack is available for purchase at PS25 for a single license or PS45 for lifetime updates. This adds an impressive range of new features to the already amazing array of features in the free version.
Use it for your personal use
Notion is an extremely powerful app that can perform a variety of tasks. It acts as a workspace, allowing users to integrate text, databases and Kanban-style boards.
Notion’s interface is extremely clean and puts usability and functionality first.
Note-taking at conferences is my primary use of Notion. It is crucial to be able to quickly drag photos into a note and create tables. You can also split pages into columns and make a final note. You can also search the entire Notion catalog using the key command “P” if you need to quickly find specific pieces.
However, what makes Notion stand out is its ease of use and ability to navigate between pages quickly. This is crucial for smooth workflows.
#3 All-in-One Messenger
All-in-One Messenger brings together all the messaging platforms you use most in one app. Each messaging platform’s website is used to display them in tab format. It works.
My only issue with All-in-One Messenger is the lack of iMessage. You will still need to use iMessage in its own app when you are using your Mac.
$2.99 per year
Although the iCloud Keychain is a very intuitive and user-friendly password management tool, it is not the best. You can use 1Password, which is a simple password manager that lets you store all of your passwords in one location, accessible via a master password. You can really see the beauty of 1Password when you use the 1Password Safari Extension.
1Password is sitting in your toolbar, waiting for you when you need a password to a site, credit card information or any other sensitive information you might require faster.
1Password asks you to save the login you just created when you create a new website login. It will save your login automatically if you give it permission. This is especially useful if you are a frequent user of multiple services.
#5. Things 3
Things 3 is expensive, but you’ll be able to use it for long periods of time without worrying about the cost. Things 3 has a very polished user interface and could easily be added to the macOS app store. Things 3 works well with your iCloud calendar. It allows you to organize tasks in Projects or Areas.
Things 3 is simple to use and navigate. It’s a simple to-do application that is easy to use, which makes it great and why you will likely keep it for many years.
You can easily dump any task into the Inbox and sort them later into the appropriate categories. You can see a summary of your progress for each project by clicking the status circle beside it. You can add tasks to a folder by using a simple shortcut (space).
These are my top productivity apps for macOS. These app recommendations were enjoyed by me. You can leave a suggestion of your favorite Mac productivity app in the comments.