For over 20 years, FileMaker has made its mark as a cross-platform database. Fortunately, the software continues to improve.
Photo Ninja, a new Raw converter and photo-processing app, makes a very good first impression. Should serious photographers take notice?
ACDSee Pro 2 has a great pedigree, and even though version 2 isn’t everything one might want, it shows a lot of promise.
This iPad photo book creation tool offers some cool features, but not enough to compete with analogous publication or photo editing services.
Nisus Writer Pro is a word processing power tool. This power does require a bit of effort to master, but compared to Microsoft Word, Nisus Writer Pro is remarkably user friendly.
If you don’t need those advanced, high-powered features, Nisus Writer Express is a very decent basic word processor.
MacJournal doesn’t address every problem you may encounter when writing. But if you keep a journal, write a blog (or a couple of blogs), or just want to have a great place to jot down your thoughts without worrying about losing them, then MacJournal 6 is hard to beat.
With new versions of its entire FileMaker product line, FileMaker, Inc. extends its dominance of the Mac OS and iOS database world by offering improvements that will be valued by every type of FileMaker user.
FileMaker Go 12 lets you seamlessly access your FileMaker Pro database from your iOS devices.
While Bento 3 is not really designed for extensive printing, you can print very well from it if you use the right techniques. Our database expert William Porter walks us through the basics.
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