Bump is a contact-swapping app that debuted on the App Store about a month ago. And when a Connecticut teen downloaded it on Thursday, Bump secured a place for itself in iPhone history.
Pixelmator offers users a great way to edit their images at a very reasonable cost.
MacProVideo released its first iPhone app, giving users the ability to take video tutorials with them.
After only nine months, Apple has sold its one billionth iPhone app.
The release of Tweetie for Mac has made my Twitter experience on the Mac so much better.
If you're looking for a Mother's Day gift and are considering an iPhoto book, you should get started. Apple said the deadline for shipping is closing in.
Beta Monkey released a new collection of drum loops for Mac using musicians. The new package is focused on Country music.
An iPhone app called "Baby Shaker" has drawn criticism from children's rights groups and parents. Apple has removed the app, but the groups want to know how it made it on the store in the first place.
Apple reported its financial earnings on Wednesday, posting a profit of $1.21 billion.
Toontrack released The Monster MIDI Pack drum grooves with over 400 MIDI files.
Urban Arsenal is a new Kore Soundpack from Native Instruments, designed for hip-hop and similar music styles.
BIAS introduced the new version of SoundSoap Pro, a utility that helps users clean up unwanted noise from audio files.
Whatever your profession, you have your favorite apps. Two of my favorites for creating music are Drumagog and EZplayer Pro.
Mac OS X image editor, Pixelmator, was updated adding noise filtering. A new learning center was also launched by the company to help people excel at using the app.
Microsoft will end support for Office 2004 on October 13, 2009. The company will still update Office 2008 and is working on the next version of Office for Mac.