It’s time to move on with new stuff on your Mac. Our new roundup of Mac apps combines some of new ways to facilitate the tasks we do daily. If you’re creative and want to do something by your own? There’s one app that lets you develop your own puzzles.
The Onrequest is a free app letting you jot down everything that hits your mind. There’s no specific time for getting great ideas. They come unknowingly that you could get while taking a shower, smoking a cigarette, or driving the car. So, this app knows exactly how to keep your valuable ideas safe and sound. You can save them as a draft making it easy for you to keep a good track of your ideas. Users can also share their ideas with others in order to get a collective and accurate knowledge about their assumptions.
The Flux Forage’s Vector 2 ($20) covers everything needed for the digital audio editing. With this app, you will be able to record audio, covert your music into different audio file formats and edit existing music files. It offers professional-like editing with easy-to-understand user interface.
If you were having a desire of creating your own puzzles, then Jim Graham’s Crossword Editor ($15) has covered you. It lets you specify the symmetry and dimensions of a grid, type your clues and enter words to test accuracy.
— Jane Colbert
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