Don't-Miss Software Stories
Our Macworld Doppler radar shows a lot of huge stories from the week gone by. It’s cloudy with a chance of MacBooks. Or more accurately, iPads and Mac minis. But MacBooks sounded better.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps offers new ways to shop, track your life, and make new websites.
Now available with 12 months of support, this software lets Windows apps run on other platforms.
Senior editor Dan Moren detects a consistent throughline in Apple's recent reorganization: a trend towards better integration.
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.
U.S. residents who buy products protected by copyright shouldn't have to worry about where those products were manufactured before reselling them, a lawyer told the U.S. Supreme Court Monday.
Get organized! Or get zombified! Either way, this week’s roundup of iPhone and iPad apps has you covered.
This week’s collection of apps include new ways to navigate the world, as well as new options for destroying the planet in your home movies.
The updated imagery includes walk-throughs of parks, city centers and tourist attractions
Developers say that Mac App Store approval times are slow and getting worse.
The next release of Adobe's signature PDF tool will integrate with Microsoft Office as it enhances PDF-editing, e-signatures, web forms, and mobile workflows.
Cyberlink's PhotoDirector 4 comes to the Mac with flexible editing options and special features for enhancing portraits.
We're in a real 1980s mood in this week's roundup of iOS apps: Whether it's music, movies, or even collecting crazes, there are apps that'll make the old days new again for iPhone and iPad users.