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10 Free Mac Apps I use from the New Mac App Store

1. Twitter for Mac
I didn’t know this existed until now. This is the official “Twitter for Mac”, which is essentially Tweetie refreshed to be cleaner and slicker. I like the clean layout, and this works very well as just a simple twitter client for the normal user.

2. Evernote
Evernote is one of the best note taking app I’ve ever had. I store everything on it, from all the little snippets of information. The best thing about it is it is all searchable.

3. SketchBook Express
SketchBook Express for Mac is a very useful sketching and drawing application for the starting out artist. It has all the required tools and brushes any artist needs to create awesome looking sketches on your Mac.

4. StuffIt Expander
This is THE utility app for your Mac. It can uncompress Zip archives, decompress tar, gzip and bzip archives, and almost any compressed archives that exists. You have to install this in case you have any obscure file to uncompress.

5. Solitaire Greatest Hits
Solitaire Greatest Hits is a simple and elegant app that lets you play your favorite Solitaire games including: Klondike, Free Cell, Spider, Pyramid, Canfield, Aces Up, Golf, Scorpion, Baker’s Game, Yukon and Forty Thieves. So much for office productivity.

6. Minesweeper!
Wow, I’ve always loved playing Minesweeper on my Windows machine, and now with the Mac App Store, there’s a Minesweeper game that will kill my productivity anywhere. Brilliant, simple, and finally on my Mac.

7. MindNode for Mac
MindNode is an elegant and simple-to-use mindmapping application for collecting, organizing and outlining your thoughts and ideas as mind maps. Very useful for my brain dumping sessions.

8. Whiteboard: Collaborative Drawing for Mac
This app is actually something new that allows you to collaborate between 2 users. It’s fairly new, with more features coming up in the later versions. It’s free for now, and might be paid in future. Grab it now.

9. Image Tricks Lite
This is a super simple application that allows you to add various filters easily and quickly to your pictures. It can also generate random images for you.

10. TextWrangler
One of the best text and code editor tool for the Mac. If you’re a developer, you have to get this editor. It has function navigation, syntax coloring for numerous source code languages, code folding, just to name a few features.

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