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In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find a bit of science mixed with art, a way to write out all those complex equations that always swirl around in your head, and a great way to keep tabs on everything your business does.
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.
Apple issued software updates for Keynote, Numbers, and Pages that include new toolbar customization for the Mac and bug fixes.
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.
Because a list of accomplishments is so much more satisfying than a never-ending stream of tasks.
The beauty of Web apps is that a company can add features that don't require you to download anything new. And lucky you, Apple just added some new capabilities to its iWork for iCloud beta apps.
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.
Brainshark's SlideShark app for viewing and showing PowerPoint presentations on iOS devices has been downloaded more than 2 million times.
The personal wiki app for Mac and iOS has a new home and development team, and users can expect more attention devoted to the software.
The complaints of missing features in iWork '13 were not in vain; Apple says it plans to reintroduce many of the currently lacking capabilities in coming months.
Looking for some great software? Don't want to spend a lot? The latest ProductiveMacs bundle includes a nice bunch of Mac Gems, along with a couple other quality apps, for just $30.
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.
Reactions to Apple's first major update to its office suite in nearly four years are not necessarily kind, but there might be some good thinking behind the company's actions.
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.
First reported by 9to5Mac, Apple posted on its website outlining how those who purchased a Mac between October 1 and Tuesday's event can get their free copies of iLife and iWork.