Don't-Miss Apps Stories
We've got art in many shapes and forms in this week's Mac app roundup: From vector to wall, these apps could help unleash your inner Picasso.
This week's Mac app roundup brings you a number of apps that take notes--some with text, some with media, and some with a way to map that jumble of ideas that keeps swirling around your head.
There's a bit of retro goodness in this week's app roundup, with a text editor that will bring you back to a time when monitors were curved and text was both green and fuzzy.
There's a way to bring those meetings you can't avoid to order in this week's Mac App roundup, alongside other great pieces of software that help you organize your business, crop your pictures, and keep your remote connections safe, secure, and looking great.
(Sponsored) A simple software solution to let you use your Mac to play Blu-ray discs.
This week's Mac app roundup includes a way for your children to cook without messing up your kitchen, a tool that helps you become a better writer, and a few graphic apps that, judging by some of their features, may or may not be about to become self-aware.
Many power-users cried foul when Apple removed support for AppleScript from its Numbers spreadsheet app. Well, they can all calm down: AppleScript in Numbers is back.
Plosive and affricate sounds wage war in one of the apps featured in this week's roundup; don't worry, though, for you'll be able to make some great videos regardless of which side you pick.
This week's roundup brings you a rather shaggy (but great) way to organize your mind, a great HDR tool, a little something to help you keep an eye on your favorite cryptocurrency, and a few games to round out the holidays.
This week's Mac app roundup brings you a little of everything just in time for the holidays: some encryption, a bit of extra battery savvy, contacts galore, and a few apps that can help you overcome the inevitable food coma and unleash your creativity.
It’s the time of year for the an avalanche of pre-holiday sales. Though most offer bargains on physical goods, there are currently a couple Mac-software bundles that each offers a bunch of good apps at a bargain price. Each also includes a number of Mac Gems.
The hugely popular Twitter client for iOS now arrives in the Mac App Store. But its $20 price tag is necessitated by Twitter's recent API changes, developer Tapbots says.
Developers say that Mac App Store approval times are slow and getting worse.
This week, we reviewed the new iPhone 5, solved all sorts of annoyances in iOS 6 and elsewhere, and covered a humble Maps apology from Apple CEO Tim Cook.