5 app recommendations in June 2022

It's time for some app recommendations again, from Mac users to Mac users. In this guide you will find the five software recommendations for this month. You can use this under macOS to complete various tasks faster, to adjust the system of your Apple computer with just a few clicks and to take a break from time to time. After the individual recommendations, you will also find a reference to a cheap app subscription with over 230 full versions for the Mac as well as a list of the previous app recommendations since June 2021. So if you don't find what you are looking for in the following list, just take a look Take a look at the past articles with app recommendations for the Mac, the iMac and the MacBook.

1. AltTab

You can see which apps are active under macOS with the key combination Command + Tab ( Smoking + Smoking), but there is no information about their interface or the displayed content. For example, the Safari icon is displayed, but not the open web page. Above all, users who switch from Windows to macOS may miss this convenience of the displayed window content in the quick view of open apps. And here comes AltTab into play. Because the AltTab app ensures that the open app windows are displayed with their contents when the key combination mentioned above is pressed. So you can see quickly and easily which folder in the Finder is open, which webpage is displayed in Safari, which Page document you are working on, etc. It is free to download via GitHub.

  • Name: AltTab
  • Category: macOS Tools
  • Price: free
  • Info: Website
  • Download: GitHub

2.NightOwl

If you often switch between light and dark mode and want to use individual apps in this mode and in that mode, then this is it NightOwl the right Mac tool for you. The NightOwl app is an icon in the macOS menu bar and not only lets you create schedules for changing display modes, but also assigns light and dark modes to installed apps individually. This makes it possible to use one app with a light theme while the other app with a dark theme is open. And the best thing about it: the NightOwl app is free. You can find more details, screenshots and the download on the developer's website.

  • Name: NightOwl
  • Category: macOS Tools
  • Price: free
  • Info and download: Website

3. Gesting Timer

Today we are mainly talking about tools that can make it easier for you to work on the Mac, iMac and MacBook. That actually fits quite well, because the WWDC22 is still running to this day (here everything about the keynote from Monday). Another small app that can help you work efficiently is gestimer. The Gestimer App sits down as a timer symbol in the menu bar and creates a timer of the desired length by dragging with the mouse pointer. To do this, simply hold down the symbol with the left mouse button and then drag the mouse down. You will be shown the length of the timer and the time at its end. So you can not only mark out certain lengths of time, but also work towards exact times. In the App Store, the one-off payment is 3,99 euros.

  • Name: Gestimer
  • Category: Productivity
  • Price: € 3,99
  • Info and download: App Store

4.Alfred 4

Spotlight can't have enough? In addition to combined web and Finder searches and the ability to launch apps with a few keystrokes, do you also want music control and automation for your workflow? Then take a look Alfred 4 on. The current version of the Alfred app for the Apple Mac offers powerful features that some call the best link between Spotlight and Siri functions. Arithmetic tasks, spell checks (English), Quick Look, a review of entries in the clipboard and much more are also included. The basic version is free. Unlock all features with the "Powerpack", which costs £34 for current version 4 or £59 for current and all future versions.

  • Name: Alfred 4
  • Category: macOS Tools
  • Price: Basic features free, full version £34 or £59
  • Info and download: Website

5. Time out

Let's move on to the final Mac tool on today's list. This does not promote your productivity on the Apple computer by offering you opportunities for extensive use. On the contrary: Time-out reminds you to step away from the Mac to take a break or to call it a day. Breaks can be planned precisely and individual messages that fill the screen at the beginning of the break can be defined. The Time Out app can be called up both via an app window with numerous planning options and via a symbol in the menu bar. And best of all: you get this program along with 230+ other full versions for only 9,99 euros by subscribing to Setapp (there is also One switch, which is also recommended).

  • Name: Time Out
  • Category: Productivity
  • Price: Setapp subscription for only 9,99 euros per month (incl. 230+ additional apps)
  • Info and download: Setapp

Setapp offers over 230 full versions of the app at a low subscription price

MacPaw's Setapp offers more than our previous app recommendations combined. Because the software subscription brings you more than 8,99 apps as a full version with all updates and without advertising on the Mac from $230 per month. You only install Setapp for the time being and then look for exactly the apps from the overview that appeal to you. On the Website of the offer you will already find all titles from the categories Maintenance, Lifestyle, Productivity, Mac Hacks, Developer Tools, Task Management, Writing & Blogging, Education, Creativity and Personal Finance listed. CleanMyMac X is there as well as VPN, news, graphics, video, text, multimedia and other solutions. Check it out ;)

App recommendations from June 2021 to June 2022

It has now become a tradition that I give you five Mac app recommendations and a little introduction to Setapp on the tenth day of every month. Including the apps listed above, you can currently find 65 recommendations for macOS programs. And that doesn't even include the individual articles with detailed presentations of certain apps. So feel free to take a look around :)

In this list you will find all previous articles with collected app recommendations for the Mac, the iMac and the MacBook:

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