Fredrik Rosenquist

iOS Developer

San Francisco, CA

Fredrik Rosenquist

iOS Developer

San Francisco, CA

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My favourite Mac apps

May 19, 2020 Personal

Here are some Mac apps that I use in 2020

All Mac users love their Macs. We all know that the apps has a high quality. It’s even possible to game on Mac. You can get apps on the Mac App Store or from the web. There are tons of apps and the chance is high that you may find the app you need. Here are some that I love and use often.

Microsoft Teams

Great for team communication and it’s a freemium service. Teams is pretty much like Slack, which I also use.

It’s free, but if you want all functions or if you’re an enterprise you have to pay $5/user a month as a part of Microsoft 365.

Coda 2

A powerful text editor for Mac.

$99/user, lifetime.

CleanMyMac X

Clean your Mac and free up space. Enjoyable interface and even a malware cleaner.

$40 per year.


Everyone should be familiar with this App. A music streaming service.

It’s freemium. $9.99/month. Get three months for free.


Gaming platform on PC and Mac. On Steam you can find Counter Strike, Dota 2 etc.

It’s free to use.


Meetings, webinars, conference and chat for everyone.

It’s free or $14.99/month for pro and $19.99/month for business and enterprise.


Connect AirPods or other Bluetooth headphones to your Mac with a single click or keypress.

Only $4.99.


Perfect for programmers but it’s also good for usual use.

There is also an iOS app..

Price is $9.99.

1Password 7

All your passwords in one place. A beautiful look and very intuitive. You can also use Two factor authentication with this app. It supports touch id.

There is also an iOS app available.

Price is $2.99 per month.

Microsoft Office

Who’s better than Microsoft on productivity? Create Word documents, spreadsheets and presentations..

Price: Freemium. $59.99 per year or $9.99 a month.

Pixelmator Pro

A powerful and easy to use image editor.

It’s $39.99, lifetime.


A volume booster and equalizer. It delivers a perfect sound on EarPods and other headphones.

Price: $19.99.


In one drag to the edge, you size a window into half of your screen. And by dragging windows to the corners, you snap them into quarters.

The price is $1.99.


Keep your Mac awake.

It’s free.


A calendar with a sleek design. It syncs with iCloud Calendar and Google Calendar. There is also weather forecast and you can subscribe on different calendars.

It’s freemium. If you want all functions you have to pay $4.99 per month or $39.99 a year.


The native IDE on Mac.

Free to use.

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