Focused on serving alternatives, these are the best and most important apps for macOS.
It's does the same as Safari, but customizable and not useless.
iMovie has become incredibly bad over the years, but the free version of DaVinci Resolve will be more than enough to handle your video editing needs.
GarageBand is nothing compared to Reaper. "Unlimited" tracks, VST/AU support, much cheaper than Logic Pro and amazingly customizable.
Reaper suggests a 60-day trial period, but does not require payment after this period.
A personal license costs $60.
Quicktime Player is a joke compared to this classic player.
Although Calibre is not as sleek as Apple Books, it is open-source, much more modular and provides the amount of detail I want from a virtual library. With 'Flow Mode' enabled the included E-book Viewer is also just as serviceable as Books.
It works 10 times better than whatever macOS comes with, I honestly forgot.
LOOK AT THE ICON.
My friend installed this and zsh on my computer.
I guess it's better than Terminal?
Lichess is free, open-source, online and runs in your browser.
You cannot uninstall Chess.app from macOS.
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