The macOS operating system after the update of the latest Sonama has gotten better with its tons of small yet useful features.
With Apple now making its MacBooks and iPhones capable and compatible for gaming their demands are becoming higher than ever.
I am using the M2 Macbook Air and M1 Macbook Max and I can surely say these are smooth as fluid, even with the M2 Macbook Air used for more than 7–8 hours constant in a day editing on DaVinci opening 15+ tabs I have not personally experience any kind of heating issues.
We all know that battery is amazing and it cannot be even compared with with other Windows laptops or Chromebooks.
Coming back to the main topic, the Apps that I use on these devices vary because one is for professionals and the other MacBook is personal.
That is why I have reduced the number of apps to five because these 5 are universal, and can be used by anyone from a student, creator, entrepreneur, software engineer, etc.
They are easy to use and have no learning curve.
What is Setapp?
For $9.99 per month, Setapp is a subscription service that provides access to more than 240 Mac apps. You can download and use any of the programs in the catalogue whenever you want thanks to its own app that functions similarly to the App Store. You also receive regular updates to the most recent versions of the bundled apps.
There are a few other possibilities besides the Mac apps. You can install all the apps on several Macs for $14.99 per month, and there are also Family and Team price options. For $12.49 per month, you get access to 40 iOS apps.
Here are 5 apps that I use on a daily basis.