By Sherlock on Jan 10,2017
After buying a new MacBook, you must want to install some apps. So what kind of apps are must-have? There are 6 must-installed apps in your new MacBook. Except the first one, others are free.
aText is a text-expansion app that is very simple. You can use aText to make abbreviations of words and phrases. For instance, you can type "gm" instead of "good morning". It help you to save typing time. And the price of aText is $4.99.
An useful browser that hogs many system resources. You can download Chrome free in Appsodo.
Dropbox is familiar with iCloud Drive. You can also use it for moving files between your iPhone and Mac. Dropbox app is free and can integrate into Finder.
If you like Mac's display changing every day, you must have a Flux app. Flux app can adjust your Mac display's color temperature based on time of day.
Itsycal is a calendar app. Many users prefer Itsycal because of its simplicity. You can install an calendar icon in the menu bar. And if you want to know today's date, just glance your menu bar.
If you need to work with Microsoft Word docs, you need LibreOffice. LibreOffice can do a good job in approximating Word.