We reviewed seven apps for creating websites on a Mac. Two apps stood out as our favorites.
Freeway Express has its good points, but they’re mired beneath a poorly designed interface and the website you create seem a half-decade or more behind the times.
One of the best options for new or casual web designers.
Microsoft Outlook’s new version still works just fine, but its biggest changes are minor, cosmetic, and inessential.
You'll be making websites in no time but you might have to shell out extra cash for more creative ventures.
Get a basic web site up and running--with Sandbox, it's easy.
Sparkle has some features its big rivals lack, but it doesn’t quite feel complete yet
Macaw has the potential to be a powerful, flexible, easy tool for designing sophisticated web sites, yet it remains unfortunately limited in some respects.
Blocs makes it easy for amateurs to quickly build beautiful, modern web sites.
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.
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