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Apple has announced its list of the best Mac apps of 2012.
Taking top honors is Day One, a $9.99 journaling app for iPad and iPhone that lets users write about their daily thoughts and memories. Entries into the journal are saved to iCloud or Dropbox, so they are synced across all devices.
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CameraBag 2 was this year’s runner up in the Mac App Store. The $14.99 photo editing app has 100 built-in styles and filters that can be used to edit photos, as well as more than 25 manual photographic tools to make any picture look its best.
Check out the gallery, above, for a look at the full list of Apple's favorite Mac apps this year.
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