This week’s roundup of new and updated Mac apps comes hot on the heels of OS X Yosemite’s launch, which means that many of our favorite software apps have been updated to support Apple’s latest operating system.
AgileBits has updated its $35 1Password (Mac App Store Link) to version 5, which comes with a number of Yosemite-centered enhancements.
The new release features improvements to Wi-Fi and iCloud synching, a new Dark Mode, and a redesigned interface that better fits Apple’s latest operating system.
Aluminum.io’s CloudApp (Mac App Store Link) makes quick work of sharing your files with the world at large by uploading them to the cloud and providing you with a handy URL that can be sent to friends and colleagues.
The app’s latest version includes better support for OS X Yosemite, including a brand-new sharing extension, as well as an improved screen recording feature that can produce silky-smooth 60fps videos.
If you buy a lot of stuff online, you’ll appreciate Junecloud’s $5 Deliveries (Mac App Store Link), which can help you track your shipments through all major carriers.
The app features a handy interface that gives you a quick overview of your packages as they transit through the delivery networks, and can even sync over iCloud so that you can monitor your wares from your mobile devices with Deliveries’ companion iOS app.
The $10 Flare 2 (Mac App Store Link), co-published by The Iconfactory & Artis Software’s, helps you build your very own visual effects and apply them to your photos.
A companion iOS app, available free of charge from the App Store, even allows you to use the filters you create right from your mobile devices.
iFunia Studio’s $2 Folder Color (Mac App Store Link) makes it easy to tell your folders apart by allowing you to customize them with colors and icons to suit your tastes.
The app is fully compatible with OS X Yosemite, and comes with a wide range of color selections and icons.
Read It Later’s Pocket (Mac App Store Link) offers you a handy way to collect and keep track of the articles that matter to you.
The latest version of the free app introduces compatibility with OS X Yosemite with a better sharing experience, a design refresh, and a number of bug fixes.
Realmac Software’s $80 RapidWeaver is a programming powerhouse designed to make building your Web-based apps easy—or, at least, as easy as Web development is ever going to get.
The app’s latest release features a range of new themes, built-in responsive previews, support for Markdown, and much more.
Cultured Code’s $50 Things (Mac App Store Link) is a great way to organize your life with a simple and intuitive interface that keeps all your tasks and to-dos at bay.
The latest version of the app introduces several OS X Yosemite-centric features, including a handy Today widget, share and action extensions, and support for Handoff.
6 Wunderkinder’ Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks (Mac App Store Link) has been updated to take full advantage of everything that OS X Yosemite has to offer, including a brand new Today widget, share actions that work right from within Safari, and Handoff.
The app is free, with an option to upgrade to a Pro version that has more features for $5 per month or $50 per year.
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