Wacom Intuos4 Wireless

If you find the idea of kicking back on your office futon and sketching–cable-free–on your 46-inch flat-screen appealing, then the Intuos4 Wireless is for you.

Cintiq 21UX

Wacom’s Cintiq 21UX interactive pen display is a dream tool for electronic artists looking to expand their digital palettes.

Final Draft AV 2.5

For years, documentary-style film and video makers have struggled to use jury-rigged tables within word processing programs to create the unique two-column scripts needed for planning documentaries, commercials, and corporate videos. Final Draft AV 2.5.2 aims to put a smile on those creative faces by taking over such time-consuming formatting duties so that filmmakers can focus their time where it matters—on content.

Final Draft 8

Final Draft 8 is simpler than ever for beginning users; subtle feature fixes, bountiful script templates, and top-notch support for the production rewrite process ensure that an aspiring A-list writer won’t quickly outgrow the software.

Wacom Intuos4 M

Right out of the box, the Intuos4 will blow you away with the nuance you can deliver with an on-screen brush, especially when you take advantage of the Intuos product line’s longstanding ability to recognize pen tilt.

Contour 1.1

Mariner Software’s Contour 1.1 story development software helps screenwriters develop a structurally sound movie blueprint that meets Hollywood studio development department standards and satisfies moviegoers

Review: Movie Outline 3.0.5

If you’re an aspiring screenwriter looking to get that first script under your belt, Movie Outline 3.0.5’s focus on outlining and character work could help get your script off on the right foot, possibly saving you hundreds of pages of rewrites.

Review: MindNode Pro 1.0.3

If you find linear note-taking limited and PowerPoint brainstorming painful, MindNode Pro 1.0.3 is a straightforward and pain-free point of entry into the world of mind mapping.

Review: FreeMind 0.8.1

Looking for a mind mapping application that packs a powerful punch, takes it easy on your wallet, and is a dream to use, even for a novice? FreeMind 0.8.1 will get you two-thirds of the way there.

Analysis: How will Android compare to the iPhone?

The first Android-based smart phone will be available soon. Will it steal Apple's iPhone thunder? Tim Haddock compares the two.

Review: StoryMill 3.1

StoryMill 3.1 provides an impressive workflow approach and toolset that can’t be replicated in your current word processor.

Developer Q&A: Behind the Koi Pond craze

Macworld talks to developers Bill Trost and Brandon Bogle of The Blimp Pilots about Koi Pond, the big fish in the App Store pond.

Review: RapidWeaver 4.0

RapidWeaver 4.0 strikes just the right balance between customizability and ease of use. If you find iWeb limiting, Dreamweaver intimidating, and hand coding impossible, give RapidWeaver a try.

Review: Movie Magic Screenwriter 6.0

Write Brothers’ Movie Magic Screenwriter adds significant outlining and navigation capabilities to what was already one of the most stable and full-featured professional screenwriting software tools available.

Review: Montage 1.4

Targeted to the independent screenwriter writing “on spec, Montage 1.4 delivers an integrated set of flexible tools within a single, elegantly organized program.