The best outliner processor for the Mac improves, but it’s not without some rough edges
Voila has good screen capture and annotation tools, but it excels at organizing your shots, helpful if you take a lot of them.
Dropbox's updated client software offers improved access to your local and Web Dropboxes.
When those big text-manipulation jobs land on your desk, you should reach for Bare Bone Software’s free TextWrangler, which makes short work of tall orders.
If you need to take a lot of screenshots, Snagit is a full-featured image and video screen capture application that should be at the top of your consideration list of screen capture apps.
Snapz certainly gets the job done, but there are alternate choices that are both better and less expensive.
It’s not a tool for everyone, but Napkin is wonderfully suited to people who need to rapidly create annotated design concepts and blast out iterative changes.
Refreshed clients for iOS devices make it easier to capture and organize data.
Evernote 5 is a major refresh of the program’s look and operations, and makes the "everything box" service easier to use and more appealing than ever.
Improved calendar and task-management app adds convenience features, and better integration with cloud sync services.
New users will find plenty to like in the new BBEdit 10.1 text editor, especially users who are outside of BBEdit’s core constituency of programmers. . But if you’re a codehead, you get better ways to work with your code. Everybody wins.
TextWrangler is an excellent text editor for anyone who needs to work with large amounts of text, text in large numbers of files, or both. It makes manipulating text a breeze, and its price just can’t be beat.
TimeTable extracts your billable hours from iCal events and calculates your fees for invoicing.
Contribute CS5 is the latest incarnation of Adobe's application for non-technical Web contributors. Here's our review.
Tom Negrino picks his favorite tips for the popular presentation software—complete with some new tricks added by the recently-released Office Service Pack 2.
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