It is similar as Evernote and any amount of other third-party alternatives, the Apple Notes apps runs just fine. However, if you are finding something clean, well-built, and just downright pleasant to employ, the best choice is Bear.
Bear is the note-taking software which is only for Mac that consists of a wonderful iOS companion app and a perfect performance and feel. It’s not overstuffed with functions you’ll never use or bogged down by its creator’s desire to break into the business. It offers basic features, such as note pinning and markdown support, and a stylish three-column layout that allows you to move between your organized hashtags, note list, and the actual editor itself. It charges $20 a year for the premium version to have connection to cross-device syncing. The one big disadvantage is that no web version, in the event you change between macOS and Windows.
These days, most of password managers stay at the background, most prominently like browser extensions and more recently like mobile apps which support finally autofill on iOS and Android. However, there is something to mention for the dedicated Last Pass app. Beyond being the password manager of option, the LastPass Mac app is a much simpler and quicker method to access passwords in the unfortunate but rather popular event you need to manually input credentials, as if you’re using a macOS app that naturally doesn’t sync to the Chrome extension. It also offers a nifty keyboard shortcut for fast searching your password vault.
Managing the desktop space is a built-in function of the operating system for Windows 10 users. However, window management is type of a nightmare and always has been for Mac users. That’s the reason why there’s a robust third-party ecosystem for supporting you get the window snapping and organizational functions you look for natively on Microsoft’s OS. Magnet is one of the best apps for doing this, which allows you to snap windows flush to the edges of your display and into preconfigured layouts that you can store across apps. It also has support for keyboard shortcuts, making Magnet, just costing $2, a must-have tool for the more organizationally-minded Mac users out there.