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.
CmdVees doesn't have nearly as many features as the more-advanced multiple-clipboard utilities out there, but for its more-focused goal of letting you store and quickly paste multiple recent snippets of text sequentially, it's in some ways more appealing.
Tired of iOS Safari loading old pages, or popping up your bookmarks, when you just want to open a new Web page? Here's how to open Safari to a new page.
Arrange combines some of the popular features of other window-management utilities in one convenient package.
MailTabs for Mail.app, currently in beta, brings Web-browser-like tabs to OS X's Mail app.
For repositioning and resizing, Divvy is a clever and intuitive alternative to dragging title bars and tiny resize corners.
The Cartella is a unique case that puts the book back in MacBook. It doesn’t offer a lot of protection from drops and shock, and you’ll want to care for its leather covering like you would the hand-bound books that inspire it, but contemporary bookworms will enjoy the Cartella's literary look.
Moom is a nifty utility that repurposes OS X's little green "zoom" button to let you quickly resize and reposition windows. As long as its preset window arrangements are enough for you, Moom is mighty appealing.
MsgFiler is the fastest way to move, copy, and label messages in Mail. It also offers useful features for navigating and managing mailboxes.
Want to move your original iPad's 3G data plan over to your new iPad 2? Here's how.
If you're wondering whether or not buying a new iPad will render your stash of existing accessories for iPad, iPhone, or even iPod obsolete, we've put the iPad 2 through the accessory ringer to see what works and what doesn't.
Mac OS X's Mail program is a solid e-mail client, but it's also got lots of unfilled potential. Check out these add-ons, plug-ins, and enhancements that help you get more out of Mail.