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Scrimpy the thriftmac worm
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XnView MP

This powerful photo viewer, image manager and image resizer supports JPEG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, WEBP, PSD, JPEG2000, OpenEXR, camera RAW, HEIC, PDF, DNG, CR2.


Keep track of time zones in the menu bar with custom labels — say, the names of family, colleagues or friends. Also features a time scroller and upcoming events.


Keep track of upcoming meetings in the menu bar — integrated with 20+ meeting services, so you never forget and can quickly join. Download and support Ukraine.


The app that reminds you to take a rest from the computer. You can customize the suggestions, notification style, and the frequency and duration of breaks.


Get all your messaging apps in one place with unlimited accounts. Features include no login required, private notification, password lock, quick switch between services, and scheduled do-not-disturb.


Use your inbox as a to-do list. Email starts in Low Priority. You can click on Remind to send it to a built-in calendar or To-Do to send it to the Inbox, where it stays until you mark it Done.


A nice calendar based journal. It has a built-in search, files saved in your Documents folder, and text styling that includes to-do, list and code blocks.


Easily tag multiple audio files without having to re-type the same information. Supported files include MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, FLAC, Monkey’s Audio, MPC, MP4/AAC, MP2, Opus, Speex, TrueAudio, WavPack, WMA/WMV, WAV and AIFF.


An open-source notes app with almost too many features to list. Notes are plain text files that can be opened and edited with any text editor. Each consists of fields, starting with title and body — you can add more and organize using these fields.


Copy text or URLs to your clipboard from anywhere — PDFs, images, videos, screenshots, Zoom calls — with OCR technology. Free but you can support with an Mac App Store purchase.


The venerable open sources RSS reader still provides an interesting alternative after many years in active development