Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
Developers of the new Per Se personal journaling app for the Mac are promising to restore the "pen and paper feeling" to the act of writing on your computer.
RemoteTunes is a new utility that allows MobileMe customers to access their iTunes libraries remotely.
Version 2.0 of Ecamm Network's Printopia adds the ability to print directly from your iOS device to specific applications, assign workflows to your printouts, and password protect your printers.
MainMenu, a maintenance program that helps Mac users clean up and optimize their computers, has been updated with a new user interface and the ability to more easily customize tasks.
Prompt is a new SSH client for iOS devices brought to you by the folks at Panic.
Smasher, a program that automatically fixes font problems that can cause garbled text, has been updated with a redesigned user interface, improved support for Adobe CS 5, and a new range of font preview capabilities.
Easy Alarms, an offering from developer Rogue Sheep, debuted Thursday in the App Store. The ad-supported app features many of the same functions of the iPhone's alarm, but with two major twists.
Adobe debuts mid-cycle upgrades for Creative Suite and lengthens the time span for major releases.
If you need to be in-the-know about work e-mail, Twitter messages, or new stories at your favorite site, regardless of what device you have in front of you, the popular Boxcar iPhone and iPad notification service has just debuted on the Mac.
Online storage and backup service Mozy has released its iPhone app, which allows customers to remotely browse, search, download, or even share files from all of their backed up computers.
You can use AirPlay to stream media from an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to an Apple TV, or even back to a Mac with some add-on software. Now with AirFrame, you can stream between iOS devices.
RIAA claims that LimeWire owes it trillions of dollars were called 'absurd' by a New York federal judge.
The latest minimalist word processor cuts down on distractions by eliminating toolbars and turning your entire screen in a blank writing surface.
Frenzy uses the file-sharing capabilities of Dropbox to provide a social networking interface.
Clips, the desktop clipboard app, has been revamped with a new user interface and upgraded performance.