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While Livecage offers a range of online broadcasting and conferencing tools, the service lacks cohesion and polish. If you’re looking to sell videos, you might persevere though the slap-dash interface. But for media sharing and online conferencing, most users will want to look elsewhere.
Need to have a meeting? Don't want to fly everyone to the same place? WebEx offers just about every online conferencing tool you could want.
Blogo 1.3 is a versatile blog editing application that goes the extra mile by offering features you won’t find in similar applications.
While this brainstorming tool has a few quirks, it provides a great way to map out ideas on your iPad.
An online conferencing service that specializes in delivering high-resolution files quickly.
Online conferencing service fine for simple meetings, but lacks some more advanced features.
If you’re already using OmniFocus productively, the new version is well worth $40 to manage your tasks on your iPad.
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.
Numerous improvements and fixes grace the new version of PopChar. Here's our review.
For anyone who needs to use system maintenance tools and needs tech support on a regular basis, MacKeeper offers a compelling set of tools at a very reasonable price.
atMonitor is an excellent replacement for OS X’s Apple-supplied Activity Monitor offering detailed application and process information for both the curious and IT techs alike.
Java-based blog editing application offers cross-platform editing tools, but is limited.