2019 Year in Review: Best macOS and iOS Apps of 2019

We’re always on the lookout for new apps to recommend to our customers. MacRumors, our go-to source for all things Apple-related, compiled a list of the 10 best macOS and iOS apps of the past year and they’re some of our favorites too.

Best iOS Apps

Spotify Stations – The standard Spotify app has a stations feature, but it’s a bit clunky to use. This standalone app lets you create customized radio stations based on your favorite songs and music. 

Microsoft Math Solver – If your 4th grader’s common core math assignments leave you baffled, you’ll appreciate this app, which allows you to snap a picture of a math problem with your camera and then get a step-by-step explanation on how to solve it.

Halide – When using the built-in camera on your phone just isn’t cutting it anymore, try Halide. It’s a camera app with advanced controls for shutter speed, ISO, exposure, and white balance.

Unsplash – Unsplash is our favorite source of royalty-free photographs and now they’ve got an app too. Don’t have a need for stock photos? You might still enjoy this app as a source for unique wallpapers for your phone.

What the Golf? – If you’re an Apple Arcade subscriber, give this game a try. It’s a lot of fun, even if you’re not a fan of golf.

Best Mac Apps

One Switch – Add more functionality to your Mac’s menu bar with this useful app. We like using it to hide the desktop when it’s time to focus on work and limit distractions.

Stack – Forget about bookmarking your most-used sites on your browser. Stack, described as an internet OS, houses all of your favorite websites in one place.

Pock – Pock adds your dock to your Touch Bar for faster access to apps and files. It’s highly customizable and once you install it, you’ll appreciate its convenience.

Moom – Moom lets you move and resize windows faster and easier. The preset sizes and locations are great for anyone who does work where multiple windows need to be open at once.

Little Snitch – This app monitors the traffic on your Mac, allowing you to see which apps are sending data and where it’s being sent to.

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