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Useful Mac Tools


Let’s dive in and discover how these tools can transform the way you interact with your Mac, making tasks easier, more organized, and even a bit magical.

Arc: A Chromium-Based Web Browser


Arc is a Chromium-based web browser. In simple terms, it’s a replacement to Chrome and Safari. Im sure you often find yourself drowning in a sea of open browser tabs, each representing a different task or topic you’re working on, the best thing about Arc is that it allows users to create customizable “Spaces” to organize tabs and offers built-in note-taking and whiteboard tools for productivity. Check out this video for a quick introduction before giving Arc a try.

Raycast: better Spotlight


Raycast is an easy-to-use yet advanced app offering similar functionalities to Spotlight but with more customizations and features. Here are some potential features: Spotlight-like Search,Clipboard History, Productivity Tools, Plugins.

Fig: Terminal Autocomplete


This is one of the best tools I discovered recently, Fig is a terminal autocomplete tool, used to suggest and validate terminal commands.

Oh My Zsh: Beautify Your Terminal


Oh My Zsh The terminal looks boring so lets say its a beauty tool + it will displays your current branch in a nice way.

Orbstack: Container Management


Orbstack is a fast, light, and simple way to run containers and Linux machines on macOS. It’s a supercharged alternative to Docker Desktop.

CleanMyMac X: Mac’s Maintenance Expert


CleanMyMac X is a comprehensive Mac optimization tool. With its intuitive interface, it offers features like cleaning up junk files, optimizing storage, uninstalling unwanted applications, and enhancing overall system performance.

Thats it, Happy exploring! 🚀✨

Have you discovered any other incredible tools that have transformed your Mac experience? I would love to hear about them!🥳

Published Nov 18, 2023