Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
The best writing apps know what to leave behind when switching from a 21-inch-screen to a 9.7-inch one, and they do it without trampling over any of our individual writing styles and preferences.
Version 10 of the popular to-do list app packs a slew of free features into a clean new package.
Acrobat DC promises to ease our daily bureaucracy of forms with features for converting paper documents, and (through the Document Cloud service) signing and tracking electronic ones.
A free preview is available to try, and surprise, it provides a seamless experience with Office on other platforms.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.
Put your John Hancock on that PDF.
If you've got a stylus and an iPad, OneNote will now let you jot down notes or make a sketch in Microsoft's popular note-taking app.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
Now that anyone can create an iCloud account, the doors to Apple's online iWork suite are wide open.
Apple's own Fonts window has a lot of semi-hidden features, but PopChar 7 offers even more font finesse.
This week's roundup brings you apps for all kinds of activities—spooky sci-fi games, staying in touch with the outside world, and getting into shape.
Armed with these apps, your trusty iPad just might become your go-to computer.
The dream of the '90s is alive in your old brochures and research papers. How to get a blast from the past courtesy of the suite that was ahead of its time.