Great games done dirt cheap, courtesy of GOG and GamersGate.
In this week’s iPad-case roundup, you’ll find several items that can help you carry just about anything you need, and a few that will withstand anything that life throws your way, including that most destructive force of nature, children.
Why even hold a developer conference if you're not announcing consumer products?
Twirl, glide, and sway with a partner to navigate through this ballet-inspired game.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Chris Breen, Serenity Caldwell, and the rest of the crew.
In honor of Friday the 13th and bad luck striking, Adam Engst of Tidbits reminds you to check your backups (or make one, if you never have).
For those who don't need advanced features, Reeder 2 lets you quickly and easily read your RSS feeds. Gesture control and support for plenty of sharing services give the app polish.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: Best friends forever, or more loyal than the family dogcow.
The offerings in this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases have a bit of a sweet tooth, want to make a fashion statement, and sport the cutest little swine you’ll see all week.
Apple released a deluge of features during WWDC, but they won't come to our devices until the fall. No matter: here are some of the ones I'm most excited about seeing.
Kirk McElhearn offers advice for convincing iTunes Match to show your music, creating playlists of playlists, and making a USB stick full of music work in your car.
Cracked the glass on an iPad mini? You can replace it yourself if you have a delicate hand and some patience.
Your old high-capacity iPhone is about to take a trip to the shop. In the meantime, you're given a much lower-capacity loaner. Here's how to set up the replacement.
iTunes has its flaws, but it's also a powerful and useful media-management app. Here's what Apple could do to make it great again.