Like Spotlight but faster and better. Has a smarter calculator, including currency conversions
20 gbp in isk.
An excellent Postgres GUI for macOS.
Augments the screenshot utilities on macOS with hosting, copying, better annotations, GIF and MP4, custom domains and more and more. Excellent support.
I like Figma as much as the next person, but nothing beats the speed and native feel of macOS apps.
Window and monitor management. Map keyboard shortcuts to resize and move windows around, between displays etc.
Block based editor with collaboration features. Like Google Docs, but native to macOS with great publishing and hosting options.
I'm a bit of a media server geek. Downloading and organizing media has always been a hobby of mine. Today I have a mac mini set up with container orchestration from klutchell/mediaserver.
This app puts a prominent text about your next upcoming meeting with convenient links to join calls. You can configure a lot of things like what browser to use for what kind of meeting link. I prefer Chrome for Google Meet links for example and MeetingBar takes care of that. Bonus feature: Quickly create a meeting link.
Apple has finally added security codes to passwords management. This means I no longer need 1Password and I have one more thing in the iCloud toolchain that just syncs across devices without secondary apps. Password management is something that to me, belongs in the OS layer.
Fastmail used to be good just because it was a nice way to eject out of the Gmail ecosystem. Today it is not only an alternative to Gmail but a better app, better search and better designed product. Yeah, you pay a fee, but for email that makes sense.
Kitty is a highly configurable GPU accelerated terminal emulator that has a good build for macOS. I use it with the fish shell and Starship. The icon displayed here on the right is an alternative app icon found here.