Data Rescue 3 is a program that every Mac user should at least know about, if not own outright, for those times when you need to restore important files.
MixPad 2.07, software for multitrack recording and mixing, has a number of good features. However, the program doesn’t provide enough tools to make your music shine. See our complete review.
If you want to jot down notes about your day to help remember them later, this journaling app is a good solution with a great interface.
AEC Software’s FastTrack Schedule 10 has a newly designed interface, powerful enterprise-level features, and handy extras that make it an outstanding project management aid.
iZotope Music & Speech Cleaner is easy to recommend for anyone who needs to clean up audio files frequently.
When it comes to an app that can find a concert, let you share your thoughts with other concert-goers (through Twitter), and search based on your location, SuperGlued shows a lot of promise. But the app didn't always work quite right in our tests.
Snood might not hold your attention for too long, but it’s great for a quick five-minute session, has memorable graphics, and puts a character-driven spin on the "match-three" genre.
This music app may not satisfy some serious musicians, but PatternMusic still provides an engaging experience for creating your own sounds and loops.
This single-funciton app allows you to streamline your music by filtering out artists and albums with a limited number of songs. Song Sift isn't a powerful app, but it's good at what it does.
This generative music app isn't for serious music-making, but it does provide compelling ambient music in the style of Brian Eno.
Pros may find the features in this movie-editing app lacking for their needs. But when it comes to basic movie-making, ReelDirector provides a great feature set.
Better integration with online e-mail servers and obvious iPhone sync features would have made SOHO Organizer 8 much more attractive as a personal information organizer.
We pit a trio of mobile air hockey games against one another in a head-to-head-to-head challenge. In the end, the realistic puck movements in Acceleroto's Air Hockey put it over the top.
John Brandon checks out four iPhone ringtone makers and reports on the good, the bad, and the noisy.
Whether you embrace this iPhone version of the classic adventure game depends on how you feel about adventure games in general and Monkey Island in particular. If you love both, this game will feel like discovering pirate treasure. If you're not a fan, you'll find this occasionally dull pirate's life is not for you.