Mail Pilot is a Kickstarter-turned-mail app that aims to turn your email into a date-based to-do list. It largely succeeds, though it's not quite ready for a spot on your home screen just yet.
Writing a script is fun. Formatting a script? Less so. Highland won't replace Final Draft for most professionals, but it's a wonderful supplemental tool for getting the most important part—the writing—on digital paper.
Clear skies may be boring, but I prefer them in the summertime; none of my summer activities work very well in the rain. It's one reason I love Dark Sky for iOS, and version 3.0 brings several worthy improvements to the precipitation prediction service.
Forecast.io is not only a great way to view your real-time and weekly weather forecast; it's one of the best Web app implementations I've ever seen.
Netflix's streaming video app for the iPhone and iPad are a must-install for most users. Unfortunately, while playback is fairly competent, limited additional options make queue management frustrating.
Misplaced your Mac? If you've enabled the free Find My Mac feature of iCloud, you may be able to track it down.
Amazon Instant Video is a great option for those who like streaming older content or watching video they've purchased via Amazon.com. Unfortunately, it's restricted by Wi-Fi-only streaming, no AirPlay support, and no way to purchase content in-app.
This week's Macworld Video tip helps you get the most out of the Camera app on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Dan McDonley's Ninja Standing Desk is a beautiful use of $159 and a great (if unconventional) way to start standing at work.
Tiffen's $169 Steadicam Smoothee may not be for everyone, but budding videographers and video journalists will love it.
Apple’s Apple TV 5.2.1 software update, released on Tuesday, brings a redesigned interface for the television and movies streaming app as well as patching a number of bugs.
The Dodocase mini for the iPad mini is like a good hardcover book: It may weigh a little more than your traditional case, but the feel is perfect in your hand.
Associate editor Serenity Caldwell likes iBooks Author--but she has a few gripes she'd like to see fixed before she can consider using it more often.
Serenity Caldwell hosts Adam and Tonya Engst, David Sparks, and Scott Simpson in a discussion of electronic publishing.
Olloclip brought a photo booth to the Macworld/iWorld show floor to promote its iPhone 5 lens system and upcoming iPhone case.