Track Coronavirus cases across the world on an interactive map, and use charts to assess the epidemic’s evolution in various countries

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The COVID-19 outbreak is getting more serious by the day, with entire countries now going into quarantine in an attempt to limit the effects of the epidemic. If there is one positive we can take out of all this, it’s that we have numerous data sources at our disposal to keep ourselves informed.

Corona TrackerΒ is a new macOS app developed to help users keep track of the pandemic from their desktops, using an interactive map and charts to illustrate the available information in a way that is easy to understand and interpret.

Up-to-date worldwide and country-specific statistics

The app relies on data provided by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE). This info is also available on the web, but the app allows you to avoid using a web browser for this purpose.

The map is updated automatically as soon as new data becomes available, so it should help you stay ahead of the outbreak if possible, or at least prepare yourself accordingly.

Helpful world map and charts

Corona Tracker indicates the number of cases that have been confirmed in each monitored country, with regional or state-level statistics available in certain areas, such as the United States and China.

When selecting a country, you can see how many patients have recovered and how many deaths have been recorded. A pie chart is used to show the current proportion of known cases, recoveries, and deaths.

The information is also presented in the form of a graph that shows you how the disease has progressed since the start of the year. Below that, a bar chart indicates which countries are the most affected.

Helpful Mac app for tracking the Coronavirus outbreak

As bad as the situation has gotten in the past couple of weeks, we can at least count ourselves fortunate for having all this easily-accessible data at our disposal. While apps like Corona Tracker won’t keep the virus at bay, they can at least help you stay informed.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Corona Tracker for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚