Need to book a Lyft ride from your computer? Lyft Command Line tool will help you book one from your command line.
Are you sick of remembering passwords for each of your accounts? Avast Passwords will remember them for you so you don’t have to.
Sometimes you may want to monitor the fans of your Mac and the Fanny app helps you do just that.
CloudyTabs is a simple menu bar application that lists your iCloud Tabs.
Monosnap helps you to capture screenshots, as well as annotate them so your viewers can focus on what you want them to see.
HomeBank makes it easier to organize your personal finances.
If you want to manage your windows more efficiently, Amethyst can help you do that with its features.
QSyncthingTray is an app for Syncthing that runs out of traybar on your machine.
Do you often download files in bulk on your computer? WFDownloader will make your job easier with smart bulk downloading features.
Auryo is a fully featured SoundCloud client that you have always been looking for.
If multitasking is part of your daily work, Window Collage will help you organize your work windows the way you want.
If you’re into designing SVG content, you’ll love the macSVG app as it offers a number of features to help you create your content.
Sometimes you may just want to preview the files inside an archive without extracting it. Dr. Unarchiver helps you do just that.
OnionShare helps you share confidential files securely and anonymously.
XMenu helps you launch apps and do more tasks right from the menu bar of your Mac.
Want to make a number of changes to your Mac? OnyX will help you do many of the utility tasks on your machine.
Padlock helps you store all of your passwords behind a master password so you don’t need to remember each of your password.
Sushi browser helps you fully utilize your screen for better and enhanced browsing sessions.
FunctionFlip helps you disable the functions of various function keys so you don’t accidentally trigger an action.
Desktop Dimmer helps you enable dimming that is lower than what’s allowed by your computer.
Crusta is a feature rich and split window supported web browser for your computer.
Need a reminder to get you to take a break? Try stretchly.
Fluor automatically change the behavior of Fn keys depending on the app being used on your machine.
Are the notification badges on the dock icons bothering you while in DND mode? Undisturbed will help you get rid of them.
Enjoyable allows you to use your gamepad as a keyboard or mouse with your Mac.
mps-youtube allows you to download YouTube content from the Terminal.
Wish to access and manage Instagram on your desktop? Ramme will help you do that as it’s built to control your Instagram account from your computer.
Do you often forget to delete the files you don’t use anymore? macOS Self Destruct automatically deletes the files you want based on their tags.
Mojibar is a menu bar based app that lets you search for emojis.
Android tool makes it easier for you to take screenshots and capture videos on your Android device right from your Mac.
Do you often use words in your text that are quite difficult for someone to understand? Cleartext helps you write your message using only the common 1000 words.
YakYak is a desktop client for Google Hangouts that lets you communicate with your Hangouts contacts via messages.
If you don’t find the Touch Bar to be of any use for you, then the TouchBarDisabler can help you disable it on your Mac.
Wish to quickly convert files from one format to another? Alchemy lets you do that with the minimum number of clicks.
Do you often get stressed out while using Terminal? Tiny Care Terminal takes care of you while you’re using Terminal.
Watching a movie and wish to blank other displays connected to your Mac? Screen Commander helps you do just that so you can focus on your actual work.
Have you got friends and colleagues all around the world? Let Clocker show you what time it is now in their city.
ActivityWatch keeps an eye on your activities and let you know where you’re spending your time the most.
Pencil Project allows you to create mockups of various prototypes.
If you’re looking for a browser that is not like others, try Oryoki as it’s a small, powerful, and thin browser with a number of features for your machine.
If you often need to write something down, Tyke is a menu bar app that you can quickly access and write down whatever you want.
If you do not like to manually create icons of your app for multiple devices, then let App Icon Generator help you by letting you quickly create icons for all the supported devices in one go.
File management has always been a time consuming task. The Organize My Files app tries to help you save some time by letting you quickly organize your files the way you want.
If you don’t know what app a file can be opened with, let Open Any File show you the list of compatible apps that can help you open the file you want on your computer.
If you want to do great things with Terminal but don’t know how, Termlets can be your friends as these are small utilities that help you get the most out of Terminal on your machine.
The Crunch app lets you optimize your PNG images so that they are as small in size as possible.
Shortcuts are great as they help you quickly access a feature in an app and CheatSheep for macOS helps you find those shortcuts in various apps so that you can get your tasks done quickly.
Helium gives users a floating browser window so they can watch their content and also work with other apps at the same time.
SpaceLauncher allows you to quickly launch an app with Spacebar and a key on your keyboard.
Copia is a beautiful, responsive, and smart clipboard manager that knows how the items should be presented in the most beautiful and useful way.