Are you a Mac user? Would you like to streamline your business tasks using efficient Mac apps? If you answered ‘yes’ to both these questions, then this article is for you.
Here are the 10 best Mac apps for entrepreneurs, bloggers, and freelancers.
10 Best Mac Apps Every Entrepreneur & Blogger Should Use
Noizio provides ambient background sounds for your Mac. Just turn on Noizio, select the ambient sound you’d like to play in the background, and block out all the distractions.
Want to experience the feeling of meditating on a desolate sea shore? Just select sea waves. Want the hustle and bustle of a coffee shop to help you concentrate on your work? Select Coffee House.
The ambient sounds will help you relax, but at the same time, also boost your productivity by helping you maintain your focus on the task at hand.
Bored of Apple mail and Outlook? Then try Spark for Mac. Spark is one of the best email clients for Mac and highly popular among entrepreneurs and freelancers.
Spark is loaded with features. The Smart Inbox feature lets you quickly see what’s important and clean up the rest. All new emails are categorized into Personal, Notifications, and Newsletters.
It’s also customizable and has a design that’s both minimalist and fresh – not an easy feat for an email app.
3. Escape 2
Do you ever get distracted by social media when you have important things to do? Then you’ve got to use Escape. Escape will remind you every time you open something distracting and it will show you how many minutes you already gave it in a week.
It also lets you set aside a ‘quota’ for each social network to help you stay within the limit.
Muzzle is a simple Mac app that lets you silence embarrassing notifications while screen-sharing. Automatically turn on ‘Do Not Disturb’ when screen-sharing starts. It works with almost anything – Slack, Join.me, Skype, FaceTime, etc.
Unsplash is a free stock image site which truly has some of the most breathtaking images you’ll ever find. And now they have a Mac app which lets you select one of their pictures as your wallpaper. Download this app if you’re bored of the standard wallpapers on your Mac.
Although the Notes app on Mac has its uses, Evernote takes note-taking to the next level. Being the most popular note-taking app in the world, Evernote lets you capture, organize, and share notes from anywhere.
Plus, you can enhance your notes with links, checklists, tables, attachments, audio recordings, and even handwritten notes.
Work with clients in multiple timezones? Then this app is for you.
FlagTimes is a MacOS timezone app for anyone working with people from multiple countries. Furthermore, unlike some other timezone apps, FlagTimes doesn’t drain your battery.
Vu is the most efficient Instagram client for your Mac. And the best part? It’s totally free. Vu allows you to upload photos directly from your Mac. Vu sits in the status bar and has minimal mobile-like design. You can add as many accounts as you like and switch smoothly.
Tyke is a tiny app that lives in your Mac menu bar. It’s your scratch piece of paper when you need to write something down. It’s a simple and efficient app that allows you jot something down without opening a text editor or a note-taking app.
10. Hemingway 3.0
Hemingway makes your writing bold and clear. It’s like a spellchecker, but for style. It makes sure that your reader will focus on your message, not your prose.
Hemingway recently released version 3.0 of their desktop app. With Hemingway 3.0, the team has rewritten the editor from the code up to increase performance and bring in pro-level features writers have asked for. Whether you want to edit without distractions or publish right to your favorite platforms, Hemingway 3.0 has got you covered.
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So these are some of the best Mac apps every entrepreneur and blogger should use to streamline their tasks and boost productivity.
Did we miss out on any of your favorite apps? Let us know in the comments below.