Here is a short list of some great tools I've discovered over the past year.
- Dato - A better date app for macOS. I also love that you can have clocks for different timezones. I have a UTC clock which is super helpful when working on a remote team with colleagues all over the planet.
Fig - VSCode style autocomplete in your terminal. It's more than that, but this is one of the first big things they've released.
Fig autocomplete in action
- Bartender - For managing your menu bar. I used to use Vanilla, but with the notch in newer MacBook Pros, Bartender made the menubar more usable when dealing with lots of menubar icons.
- Webcam Settings - Helps me prevent my Logitech webcam from losing focus. I also use it for zooming in on my webcam.
Webcam Settings App Advanced Settings screen
- CleanMyMac X - All I can say about CleanMyMac X is it has so many great tools for keeping your Mac running in tip-top shape.
- Cleanshot X - For better screenshots and screen recordings. I've found this super useful, and the UX is great. And to top it off, there is a great editor to modify your images.
- Starship - A customizable cross shell prompt. I love the extra info out of the box it provides for the shell prompt.
Starship shell prompt in action
- mcfly - An enhance search for your shell history. Super charged <kbd>CTRL</kbd> + <kbd>R</kbd>!
mcfly shell history search in action
Check out my uses page if you want to see everything in my toolbox.
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