Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
Drafts 3.0 adds a lot of organization to the popular iOS app for creating and repurposing text notes. Lex Friedman has a first look.
Panic on Wednesday released its new iPad app, Status Board, which lets you assemble a customizable dashboard of information.
If you're drowning in files, Doo is a surprisingly powerful document manager for the desktop.
Dropbox on Wednesday introduced its new Sync API, which the company says will let developers focus on their apps' core functionality, while Dropbox handles the intricacies of file syncing.
Compared to last year's Macworld/iWorld, Mac utility developer ZeoBit is taking a much different approach to its presence on the show floor.
The just-released Napkin app for Mac makes it easy to assemble images and then add all sorts of annotations: callouts, text, shapes, and more. Lex Friedman goes hands on.
Black Pixel on Thursday released Kaleidoscope 2, with new features including Perforce support, folder diffs, and an overhauled design.
Available for iOS and now in beta testing for Android, Fleksy's goal is to allow you to type without ever looking at your smartphone device's screen.
iTunes 11 marks a fairly major revamp of Apple's all-in-one media player/store/syncing software. Senior writer Lex Friedman and senior editor Dan Moren run down what's new and different.
Screenshot and screencast software Snapz Pro X has been bumped to version 2.5. The software, which developer Ambrosia Software says it rebuilt from the ground up, adds Mountain Lion compatibility and a variety of refinements.
Telestream’s ScreenFlow, the much-lauded app for creating computer tutorial videos, has been upgraded with new features that make it easier to dazzle viewers and communicate important information.
Google peeled off the beta tag from Chrome Remote Desktop, a free Chrome browser-add on that gives you full access to another desktop PC running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Pocket, the iOS app and Web service for saving Web content to read later, introduced a Mac app on Thursday.
The popular BusyCal calendar application for Mac has been upgraded with an overhauled user interface, compatibility with Mountain Lion, and improved iCloud support.
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