Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
Apple updated Find My iPhone late Monday. The app now better handles locating devices that are turned off or offline.
NetNewsWire developer Brent Simmons announced on Friday that he has sold the venerable news-reading client to developers Black Pixel, lock, stock, and source code.
A version of Prosoft's flagship disk utility, Drive Genius 3, is now available on the Mac App Store. However, thanks to Apple's Mac App Store restrictions, Drive Genius 3 LE offers a subset of its sibling's features (at a lower price).
The sixth version of MacBundler offers ten Mac applications worth $392 at the steeply discounted rate of $50; for a limite time, an eleventh app is included free.
Remote Conductor, an app that lets you run your computer from an iPad, is now available for the iPhone.
Mac software bundles are nothing new, but one particular bundle, which ends today, offers eight quality Gems for the price of one.
Amazon on Thursday launched its own foray into the Mac download software market, offering both applications and games for Mac users.
Flexibits's new program, Fantastical, aims to make entering calendar events quick and easy.
If you need to track down a laptop-stealing varmint, well, there's a (Mac) app for that. Also, Apple doubles down on one of its stores, the iPad 2 isn't exactly photogenic, and it seems like there's a world record for everything these days.
Adobe recently announced three new Adobe apps for iPad that can control or interact with Photoshop CS5 in a variety of intriguing ways. On Tuesday, those apps were released in the App Store.
Looking to show off your iOS device's AirPlay capabilities, but don't have an Apple TV or AirPort Express? AirServer lets you stream media directly to your Mac.
The new iPhone version of Notificant works with the Mac app and Web service to sync your reminders across all your devices.
Who doesn't love a good Mac software bundle? Here are three new bundles that combine a bunch of apps at steep discounts.
One of the Mac's most touted power user utilities is experiencing another revival, thanks to a new team of developers.
Software developer MacPaw announced that its new iPhone customization tool, Ensoul, is now available on the Mac App Store.