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  1. Maccy is a lightweight clipboard manager for macOS and lifesaver tool for me. It keeps the history of what you copy and lets you quickly navigate, search, and use previous clipboard contents.

  2. Homebrew installs the stuff you need that Apple (or your Linux system) didn’t provide. It is The Missing Package Manager for macOS. After installing Homebrew you can simply install software with single command line so “To install, drag this icon…” no more.

brew install --cask firefox chrome postman dbeaver

With Above command we can install any software in one go.

· 3 min read

Don't get me wrong, I love mobile apps! I create them, I work closely with a React Native development team and we develop iOS apps for internal business users. Also, I spend a lot of time on my phone. And I want to share my observations so you don’t spend a lot of time and money building an app that doesn’t advance your business goals (or may even hurt them).