Mail Pilot treats your inbox like a to-do list, and its intuitive controls make dealing with new tasks as easy as swipe-left, swipe-right.
This little Mac app lets you know when you should and shouldn't plug in your MacBook in order to get the most out of your battery life.
If you’ve got a capacious drive overrun with unwanted hangers-on, Disk Diag offers a fast, friendly way to evict them.
Bloom Built’s superb Mac app makes it easier than ever to keep a journal, thanks to smart features and a beautiful, welcoming interface.
Wondering what to do with your unused-but-still-usable iOS devices? You can use them with your Mac as surveillance cameras, using AirBeam Pro.
The update to Mindsense's app fills in some of the feature gaps that were in version 1.0.
We tested a bumper crop of contenders to find the best e-mail offering for your needs.
While it's half of the game that was promised on Kickstarter, Broken Age is an entertaining game—and the second half will be free when it's available.
Looking for a completely different approach to your email? Mail Pilot treats your emails as tasks on a to-do list.
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Tencent's Mac email client can be used with email providers in the U.S., and it sports a clean design and a few clever features. But it's better suited for users of the company's services in China.
Opera's email client is far from modern looking, but once you get it set up, it works wells.
Unibox still has some rough edges, but it's a new way of doing email that really works.
The latest version of the Mail.app feels dated, and it can be problematic if you use Gmail.
Safari 7 speeds up Web surfing, but it also takes a few steps backward with its feature set.
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