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We try to answer all questions here, but sometimes we only get 95 percent of the way to the answer. Sometimes the answer is just "ghosts in the machine."
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find tools for making your own business cards, tracking your utilities, turning your photos into art, and making sure you never accidentally walk into a thunderstorm ever again.
Who has time to organize digital photos? Google shows a better way, provided you can live with some compression.
Create a photo library that everyone in your family can access.
Free, unlimited photo storage is a lot to ask, but Apple needs to do something to compete with Amazon and Google.
Unlimited photo storage, yay! Cardboard virtual reality headsets, hmmm.
Google spins out the best parts of Google+ into new stand-alone app.
The Photos for OS X questions keep pouring in and they're all pretty as a picture—an out-of-focus one.
If you still want Photoshop Touch, you'll need to download it before it disappears for good on May 28.
If you're still manually organizing your photos into albums, it's time to check out smart albums.
In this week’s roundup of Mac apps, you’ll find apps for taking notes and getting your thoughts organized, even when you’re on the go. Plus, we're bringing you great tools for managing your photos, drawing your next org chart, and translating foreign languages.
The new Photos app has easy-to-learn photo editing tools that can make a big difference in making a blah photo great.
This week's roundup of Mac apps brings you great ways to add richness to your audio recordings and screen captures, calendar software that covers your entire year, and more.
If you're not using Flickr's free terabyte of photo storage, will a slicker design and new features sway you?
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