Don't-Miss Business Software Stories
Professional time billing and invoicing application offers server-based access for your entire organization.
QuickCursor lets you use your favorite text editor "within" any other program.
'Tis the season to recognize great products here at Macworld, and with the annual Eddy Awards and App Gems Awards out of the way, it's time to take a look at 2010's best affordable software: the Mac Gems of the Year.
Dropbox is an amazingly useful combination of a Web service and a Mac OS X program that work together to make your data accessible from anywhere and to keep it synchronized between your computers.
DevonTechnologies’ note taking and data organization program handles text and URL quite well and for $25 that’s a good value. Users with more diverse items to organize will want to keep looking.
OS X's Folder Actions are a nice idea, but not always so great in execution. Hazel takes the same concept, of automatically applying actions to items in folders, and makes it both simpler to set up and more powerful.
If Apple’s Mail is the affordable hatchback of e-mail clients, Postbox 2 is the category’s luxury sedan. Handsomely appointed with why-didn’t-anyone-think-of-this-sooner features, Postbox seems to anticipate and serve your every e-mail need.
Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.
If you use Things, the task and project manager, Things Folders helps you organize the files and folders related to those tasks and projects.
This complete package teaches you financial discipline through its unique system offering robust features and plenty of customization.
Alarms takes a novel approach to task-tracking, giving you a timeline onto which you can drop files, e-mail messages, and URLs you want to deal with by a particular date and time.
E-mail client and personal information manager leaves Entourage behind.
Microsoft's updates to its instant messaging clients are underwhelming.