Don't-Miss App Stories
Macworld contributor Derek Walter picks ten great Mac apps for getting you back into the school groove.
You push a button, and pizza shows up. It's like magic. Except for that it's actually just a pizza delivery service.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Serenity Caldwell, Dan Frakes, and the rest of the crew.
Read, edit, and create new files with this slick upgrade to a longtime favorite.
NPR's new iPhone app and Web service, NPR One, lets you build your perfect public radio station from NPR programs and segments.
If you're a fan of great stories and interactive iOS games, you absolutely need to pick up Giant Spacekat's new game Revolution 60.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Chris Breen, Serenity Caldwell, and the rest of the crew.
Osmo provides tangrams, word games, and physics puzzlers with real-world pieces for your child to touch and grasp.
It's time for our annual GemFest (a.k.a., Summer of Gems), where we'll spend the next few months reviewing a Mac Gem each day.
Need to add a bit of text or an arrow on top of a photo, map, website, or PDF? Check out Evernote's free Skitch app, our iOS Staff Pick of the week.
Sunrise supports multiple Google calendars, uses Google Maps’ data to direct you to events, and supports a handy “quick add” feature for Google Calendars. Plus, it looks spectacular on your phone.
Adobe's Sketch app is a solid drawing app, while Line stands out from the crowd as a masterful drafting option. Here's our review.
Peak Systems's GifMill is a quick and easy way to make animated GIFs on your iPhone from video or images, and it's this week's Macworld staff pick.
Remember the classic pool game? Play it with your iPhone.
If you're a dedicated cruciverbalist, the latest update to the esteemed puzzle app makes it easier than ever to get your fix.
VSCO Cam is a snazzy camera and editing app with a half-baked online sharing experience bolted onto the side. The app needs only to find a way to smooth the rough edges in its interface to be a truly essential camera app alternative.