Dropzone makes it faster and easier to move and copy files. The app sits in the menu bar. When you click it, a drop-down window unfurls, with shortcuts to apps and folders, as well as built-in actions you can click to share a file on Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.
NightOwl switches Dark Mode on and off, automatically. Do you want your Mac to be in Dark Mode during the night and switched back to Light Mode when the sun rises? NightOwl will toggle the Dark/Light Modes based on your chosen time.
Sip is a color picker that gives you the ability to share colors with everyone and link them between the other tools in your workflow.
Funter allows you to show and hide all (hidden) system and user profile files and user library folders with a single click. Use this menu bar app to show hidden files, switch hidden files visibility in Finder, hide files, copy, move or remove them.
Itsycal is a (free) tiny calendar for your Mac’s menu bar, synchronizing with your Mac calendar app. You can also create and delete events.
With Amphetamine, you can effortlessly override your energy saving settings and keep your Mac awake. You just have to tap on a single icon on your macOS Menu Ba. Once activated, your system will stop going to sleep. You can also set it up so that Amphetamine only kicks on when it notices that a particular app is running.
Skip Tunes is a simple Mac OS X app which allows you to easily control iTunes and Spotify all from your Menu Bar. The controls are only visible when your iTunes or Spotify is open.
With SoundSource you can change the volume and output device for individual apps, right from your menu bar.
Spectacle is a simple to use free open source app. It doesn’t come with drag-and-drop features to resize windows but instead with easy-to-remember key shortcuts. The app lives in the menu bar.
RescueTime is a time-management tool that runs securely in the background of your computer. The app keeps track on the time you spent on applications and websites, giving you an accurate picture of your working day.