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E-mail client and personal information manager leaves Entourage behind.
Microsoft's updates to its instant messaging clients are underwhelming.
By combining compelling new features with a revamped interface, PowerPoint 2011 makes it easier than before to develop dazzling presentations quickly.
Update to Microsoft’s flagship word processing application levels the playing field for Macs in business.
Excel 2011 is a solid upgrade for any current Excel user whose work involves a heavy dose of spreadsheet duty.
Chronicle aims to help you track, manage, and pay your bills, and to make your bill information available to you no matter which computer you’re using.
Transcription tool makes moving your spoken word to the printed page a snap.
Quickly change the primary designations in Address Book.
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this app offer good word processing and spreadsheet capabilities that really shine because of a link to cloud-based storage services. The iPad version of Office2 thrives on that device's larger screen, while the iPhone offering feels a little cramped.
The app will dim your Mac to show only calendar and task items, and also provides several “skin” widgets that make the calendar look a bit more appealing.
Bento for iPad is a worthy information organizer for your iPad. But to get the most out of it, you’ll need to drop another $50 on its Mac OS counterpart.
FileMaker Go is a true FileMaker client with support for almost every major feature of its bigger brother, FileMaker Pro.
Cashculator is a clever personal finance application that works a little differently than most of the other personal finance apps you may have used.
Get-things-done application helps you pare down your big jobs into small, accomplishable tasks.
Organize your home inventory.