Amazon announced on Thursday a new Mac Software Downloads store. Here's our hands-on look at using the new store, including how it compares to Apple's Mac App Store.
Whether you're hitting the road for business or pleasure, these tips can make traveling with your Apple gear much more fun.
This iOS app and its Mac counterpart aim to reduce the amount of alarm-setting you need to do by letting you set a reminder once and have it appear on all your devices. Notificant also proves useful for quickly sending URLs and other bits of text between devices.
Fantastical is a nifty utility that handles most of the things you use your "big" calendar program to do, and its keyboard control and natural-language event-creation feature make it much easier and more convenient to quickly create new events.
TapeDeck streamlines the process of making and organizing audio recordings. And does so with a user interface that will bring a smile to those of us who used an actual cassette deck back in the day.
If you have to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backup, here's how to retain all your folders and other carefully crafted app organization.
Notificant is a nifty combination of a Mac app, an iOS app, and a Web service that lets you set a reminder once and have it appear on all your devices. It's also a useful tool for quickly sending URLs and other bits of text between devices.
Is the white iPhone 4 really thicker than the black model? Rather than nit-pick over numbers, we took a practical approach: We tested cases. A lot of them.
Palua is a simple utility that lets you toggle F-key functionality on the fly.
Tired of waiting while your iPhone streams video, using AirPlay, to your Apple TV? You can use the AppleTV's video-buffering feature for "instant" viewing.
Most Web sites track your activity; many provide that information to advertisers and other companies. Ghostery not only lets you track the trackers, but also lets you selectively block that tracking.
Five after Apple positioned the iPod Hi-Fi as a "home stereo replacement," to much criticism, B&W's Zeppelin Air really can replace a home audio system for many listeners.
Isolator helps you focus on the current application.
HazeOver automatically fades everything but the active window, letting you better focus on the task at hand.
Capster, a Growl plug-in, notifies you of unintentional caps-lock presses.