Don't-Miss Creative Stories
Scrivener 2 offers an extensive suite of writing aids without ever forcing users to confirm to any set process. Whether you want to jump in and start typing, or prefer to compile meticulous research and outline the whole narrative, Scrivener’s happy to hand you the tools and get out of your way.
A well-designed app that offers several useful tools, GuitarToolkit is a must-have for any iPhone-toting musician.
JVC Professional on Monday introduced the GY-HM750U ProHD compact shoulder-mount camcorder.
The Samsung TL500 has some drool-worthy specs and shoots great photos, but it stumbles on usability and video quality.
Serenity Caldwell roams the Macworld Expo showfloor to profile a handful of great-looking audio products.
Macworld's James Galbraith takes you on a tour of all the notable musical exhibitors displaying products at Macworld Expo this week.
iConnectMIDI brings together musical instruments and iOS devices.
ID2Office converts files from InDesign CS4 and CS5 into Microsoft Word and PowerPoint file types, preserving the layout of the original.
Sorenson Squeeze 7 features a trio key new functions: GPU acceleration, adaptive bitrate encoding, and new input and output formats.
This week's Golden Globes for best motion picture both went to movies that were edited using Apple's Final Cut Studio -- a coup for the company that's still fighting for market share among filmmakers.
Nik Software will release Silver Efex Pro 2 on February 1. The upgrade to its plug-in for creating black-and-white images using Photoshop, Aperture and Lightroom introduces new features that offer more control over detail, contrast, and tonality.
Mac OS X can generate PDF files from practically any application that supports printing—a handy capability with many hidden features.
iSupr8, now available on the App Store, aims to make your iPhone videos look like your parents' old home movies.
iPhone-using guitar heroes can plug-and-play with the new i-Blox audio interface from RapcoHorizon.
If you're a fan of themes for Apple's iApplications, then Thursday was your lucky day, as three different theme makers introduced new offerings for Keynote and iWeb.