15 Free Open-Source Mac Apps You Must Install

The trend of open source software is growing on Mac, and there’s no shortage of quality apps. You might be familiar with some common ones, like VLC, Firefox, LibreOffice, Handbrake, and more.
Here’s a list of some less popular open-source Mac apps you should try. You may be surprised by how useful they can be.
1. IINA
IINA is a modern audio and video player for Mac. It has an entirely new design and supports Force Touch, the Touch Bar, and picture-in-picture. When you open a video, it automatically adds other videos in that folder to a playlist. If you’re listening to an audiobook or podcast, then IINA lets you quickly navigate between MP3 chapters.
The player is minimal, with buttons for a playlist, music mode, picture-in-picture, and settings. It can automatically fetch subtitles for movies, provided you log in with an OpenSubtitles account.
It also offers many customization options, including changing the interface theme, tweaking audio/video settings, customizing the subtitle..

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