This month's selection includes apps to make your Touch Bar more functional, add quick switches to the menu bar, create to-do lists, replace the dashboard that is now disconnected in macOS Catalina and easily access Spotify and iTunes controls.
– Pock (Free) – Pock is a simple little Mac app designed to make your Touch Bar more useful by adding your dock to the Touch Bar so you can quickly access your apps and straight files in folders. Pock settings can be customized so you can choose what you need most, add options like a now playing music control widget, a status widget to get information such as battery level WiFi connection and more.
– Microsoft To-Do (Free) – Microsoft earlier this month brought its popular Microsoft To-Do app for Mac, making it more functional than ever because it is now available across all your units. Mac users no longer need to rely on the web app and can access features such as device synchronization, file attachments, list sharing, color coding, and due date reminders, among other options.
– Flotato (Free) – Flotato is designed to create web apps from your favorite site for quick access to the web services you use most often. Flotato web apps can be dragged directly into the dock so you can set up quick access to things like Google Docs, Facebook Messenger, Netflix on the web, favorite news sites, and more.
– Spot menu (Free) – Spot menu is another Mac app that is super simple but super useful, especially to Spotify and iTunes users. Spot menu gives you access to Spotify and iTunes content from your menu bar, so you can see which song is playing, pause music, play music, and skip tracks.
If you have a favorite, you need a Mac app that we haven't highlighted yet, so let us know in the comments and we may realize it in a future video. For more of our Mac app choices, be sure to check out our Mac app archives.