Don't-Miss Lifestyle software Stories
Apalon released on Tuesday Pimp Your Screen for Mac, an app that lets you customize your Mac's home screen with a variety of wallpaper options.
For a limited time, popular Internet calling service Skype will offer free Wi-Fi service at 50 major airports.
The Textfree Voice + VM app that lets iPhone users make calls and send free texts over wifi has been upgraded with a new voicemail feature.
Version 2.4 of the mobile restaurant locator arrived on the App Store Wednesday. Now, a vast majority of restaurants listed in LocalEats will also include menu information, thanks to a partnership with SinglePlatform.
Text entry is now easier than it was before in Apple's Cards app for iPhone, and the company says other elements of the app are improved as well.
Jawbone's forthcoming Up accessory for mobile devices tracks your steps, sleep cycles, and more. The device will sync with the company's new free Up app, which tracks your data over time.
Cards doesn't hold its cards close to the vest, but there are a few features you might not have discovered yet.
Not quite ready to make the leap to a standing or walking desk? BreakTime can help keep you healthy by reminding you to get up and walk around.
Online auction service eBay jumped into the Mac App Store on this week, launching a new program that lets users track sales from their desktop.
Apple's Lion update may embrace multitouch gestures and trackpad shenanigans, but if you prefer a keyboard-based solution for your mousing and navigation, software company Many Tricks may have just the ticket for you -- Keymo, a new tool that allows users to move and orient their on-screen cursor by way of keyboard shortcuts.
Comic Life, the software for turning your photographs into comics, is now available for the iPad.
A new app from Logitech gives users access and even control of their security cameras from their iPad.
Microsoft has brought its "decision engine" and its many integrated features to the iPad. You can now search the Web, movie listings, and your local area using Microsoft's services, as well as view the latest news and trending topics in magazine-inspired layouts.