Don't-Miss Mac app Stories
Sitting in front of your computer all day can be wearing. BreakTime reminds you to take frequent breaks.
A new Mac software bundle offers a number of Mac Gems favorites, as well as other titles, for a bargain of a price.
Dragon Express provides a handy, easy-to-use way to dictate occasional texts and transfer them to your applications
The Macworld staff reveals our top software picks of the year.
For those without the Photoshop chops to remove unwanted objects and blemishes from photos, Inpaint offers a simple alternative.
NetSpot is a remarkable aid in laying out even a small-home Wi-Fi network, using a Mac laptop as your wireless-survey tool.
The Wacom Inkling offers artists a wonderful option for physically sketching and creating first-draft drawings they can later upload as vector images. The Inkling's software component, however, makes working with these images a slow and cumbersome process.
Ecamm Network took one of our favorite utilities, Printopia, and made it even better. Printopia still lets you print to any Mac-shared printer from your iOS devices, but it now lets you "print" to Mac applications and PDF Workflows, password-protect your virtual printers, and even print from other Macs.
PandaBar is a nifty menu-bar player for the Pandora streaming-music service.
Subplot is designed to help you focus on creative writing.
Parallels 7 is a fast, stable, and highly customizable way to virtually run Windows on a Mac.
Bloom Built has put together a polished journaling tool for storing your personal thoughts and experiences.
Tunesque makes it easier to find Apple-hawked media by consolidating searches of all Apple's media stores in a single interface.
Jettison lets you unmount external volumes by just closing your MacBook's lid (or putting your desktop Mac to sleep). When you hear Jettison's confirmation sound, it's safe to unplug and go.
Updated virtualization app makes it easier than ever to install and run Windows on your Mac.