Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
If you're looking for a photo-editing app, and don't need (or don't want) Adobe's 800-pound gorilla, here are some other options.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find software destined to explore new worlds, fix your photos, help you build some forms, and even find out everything you could possibly ever want to know about your Mac.
From now until December 2, you too can subscribe to both Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 for just $10 a month.
One of the apps in this week's roundup helps you build the ultimate Kodak moment, while others help you stay more focused, more organized, and even more informed.
New bug fix for professional photo management package
This week on the Macworld Podcast, host Philip Michaels is joined by Editorial Director Jason Snell to discuss Jason's reviews of the iPad mini and iPad Air.
Whether you're cheating at Movember or just want to see what your baby would look like with a beard, this free app is good for a laugh.
Order old-school paper prints directly from the most advanced camera you've ever owned—your smartphone.
In this week's Mac app roundup, we'll help you organize your time, read your news, manage your every thought, and even … learn your ABCs.
Apple has ushered in refreshes for iMovie, iPhoto, and GarageBand. Let's learn about what's new for both the iOS and OS X versions from the editors testing these apps.
In this week's Mac app roundup, we have apps that help you find some perspective (and correct it), organize your life (and your business), and even discover your family's ancestry.
A number of titles in this week's Mac app roundup want to keep your system clean and running smoothly like the finely tuned precision machine that it's meant to be. If maintenance is not on your mind, though, we've got your artistic side covered, with a bit of organization to keep you focused.
Some great discoveries from MacStories's Federico Viticci about the new version of iPhoto for iOS and how it interacts with your Camera Roll.
New Liquify tools and layer styles enhance Pixelmator's latest version.
New versions of iPhoto tighten integration between Apple hardware, desktop, and cloud services.