Vanilla is a free Mac app that lets you hide menu-bar icons.
Perfect your menu bar by completely hiding icons or hide any app icon from your Mac’s menu bar.
Workspaces allows you to bundle the resources linked with a project (files, websites, emails, apps) into one set, in your menu bar.
Are you a Gmail user? Kiwi puts your Gmail account inside a popup panel that you can bring up from the menu bar.
DailyWall changes your wallpaper to one of the beautifully curated photos from Unsplash, Pixabay or Pexels every day at 10AM.
ExpanDrive maps a network drive for macOS that connects to all major cloud storage providers. Browse and transfer from within Finder and open and edit remote files from within any application.
With PasteBot you can add multiple items to the clipboard and paste them at will. Quickly recall clippings that you have copied before. Queue up multiple clippings to paste in sequence. Pastebot is always running and just a keyboard shortcut away.
BusyCal displays your calendar in Day, Week, Month, Year and List views. What makes BusyCal unique is its ability to customize these views to more precisely meet your needs.
NoSleep makes closing of your MacBook lid possible without going into sleep mode.
SpotMenu is a Spotify style menu bar app that displays the artist/album in the menu bar. The app comes in handy when you hear a song and wonder “Who is the artist/album?” Then you can click the Menu Bar icon to interact with what’s playing.
SizeUp allows you to quickly resize and position your windows with keyboard shortcuts or a handy menu bar icon.