If you’re having your things done with more efforts that sometime make you irritated or exhausted, then we are up with new stuff that might help you keep your work up in no time. Some of them are designed for those living a student-like life. Let’s fine what our new roundup of Mac apps brings new to us.
Getting all the class notes organized is a difficult task for any student, which he/she would like to get done by someone else. Anyhow, CourseNote makes it easy for you to keep a good track of your course organized in a decent way. With this handy software, you don’t need to go through all notes to get the specific point you’re looking for. Anyways, get over it if you were looking for that sort of stuff.
That’s biggie if you’re a person with job to show specific stats on a graph paper, then don’t let this GraphPaperGenerator go. It allows users to create graph paper in multiple formats and take them out through any printer connected to the Mac. You can customize the color of lines of your own choice.
The Grammer Express ($2) from Webrich Software does a great job helping you improve your grammar, which wasn’t easy before this handy tool. It offers loads of lessons, dozens of interesting quizzes to make sure you’re getting better over time.
The Mynigma comes with an intuitive user interface to give users a full-secured mail client that keeps their conversations private and secure.
Here’s product description mentioned at App Store;
Ø Email client with a clean, intuitive user interface
Ø Strong device-to-device encryption protects messages sent between Mynigma users
Ø This is a free version for personal use. No catches like ads, in-app purchases or paid upgrades. Just free.
— Jane Colbert
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