Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
Apple has made the Web versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote publicly available to all at iCloud.com, though the apps remain in beta.
The new online versions of Apple's productivity-suite apps are surprisingly robust. In fact, they're good enough that you may sometimes forget you're using a Web app. Jeffery Battersby has our hands-on preview.
YouTube 2.0 makes searching and watching at the same time easier, and comes with a few welcome user-interface changes.
BusyMac has added support for Microsoft Exchange to its popular calendaring app, complete with tasks, push updates, and calendar sharing.
Bare Bones on Wednesday released Yojimbo 4, which introduces a third-party-powered syncing option. The company spent more than a year attempting to work with iCloud, and eventually gave up.
We've got a whole range of new ways to help you make better images on your iPhone and iPad. And if you're looking for work? We've got suggestions there, too.
Senior editors Dan Frakes and Roman Loyola join the show to talk about our annual round-up of low-cost, high-quality Mac software.
Feedly, the popular Google Reader replacement has introduced a pay Pro veriosn
The new mobile-first collaborative productivity app has landed with a splash (and a lot of buzzwords), but Quip promises exceed the initial reality.
The database giant is shutting down its consumer-level app to focus on its main product lines.
SushiReader is a good RSS reader for readers who don't need a lot of features.
RealMac reworks its snapshotting app into a scrapbooking powerhouse for professionals.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps let you see the Earth from a whole new perspective, track your expenses, or simply kill a bunch of bad guys.