Keeping track of installed applications on multiple computers is a hassle.
Homebrew had been great for installing command line tools and libraries on macOS. Using Chocolatey on my Windows machine inspired me to take things a step further and try the “cask” subcommand for installing desktop Mac apps as well.
brew cask install firefox blender handbrake vlc
Works great. It’s now really easy to keep all the apps updated. Setup on a new computer is very quick. I also found that Tiny Player for Mac already had an entry in Homebrew:
brew cask install tiny-player
Thanks to whoever added it.