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Three useful productivity apps in the Mac App Store

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The Mac App store puts software at the tips of your fingers, but how do you know what’s good and what is bad? Well, we at Appletell are here to help you make a decision. Today, we are going to take a look at some of the best software that you can use for work. Prices range from $10 to $80, but they’ll all helps save you time and keep you organized.

OmniFocus

This tool may be a bit expensive, but you can use it to manage your to-dos and create actions lists based on those items. The tool also has a great listing for your projects, and integrates well with the iPhone and iPad.

OmniFocus

If you want an all-in-one tool you can use to deal with the multiple priorities in your working life (and who doesn’t have those?), then OmniFocus is a good tool to use.

There is a free demo on the site if you want to try before you buy.

Buy OmniFocus – $79.99

Imagerie

This software offers some solid image editing features without having to deal with the learning curve of a program like Photoshop.

Imagerie

You won’t get a lot of the advanced features, but if you want to make fliers or brochures or need other basic desktop publishing style tools to get your job done, this is a solid choice.

Buy Imagerie – $29.99

Opus Domini

This is like a multi-tool planner. Opus Domini is great as it allows you to do everything from keeping a copy of your day’s schedule (with to-dos) to managing larger goals to even leaving room for you to deal with your emotional and physical state.

Opus Domini

The best feature of this tool is the one that allows you to forward the un-done tasks of the future. Opus Domini is a great app for those of you who overbook your days.

Buy Opus Domini – $9.99

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