Don't-Miss Mac Stories
With Sierra, Apple takes advantage of its entire ecosystem to the benefit the Mac.
Journaly may not be feature-packed, but it shows a lot of potential.
If you frequently download from the internet, this app can help you manage the download tasks and the data your receive.
Heading to college? Take the right tech. We'll tell you what Macs and iPads to buy today—and what to pass on until it's updated.
An affordable alternative to Adobe Illustrator for manipulating text.
Daylife has a great look and feel, but is quite limited in its present form.
Mac utility expands on the abilities of the former Voila with a more robust set of tools for capturing screen or websites and recording Mac or iOS screens.
The improvements cement Pixelmator's position as the top affordable alternative to Photoshop.
Takes the drudgery out of sharing QuickTime videos on Twitter.
With the macOS Sierra public beta out, it's time for a closer look at Apple's newest OS. But our tech trio -- Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Apple guru Michael deAgonia and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw -- can't avoid the Pokemon in the room.
Add geotags to photos shot using cameras without built-in GPS hardware.
Delivers 101 professional-looking photo filters via a standalone app or extension support for Photos and Lightroom.
Archive messages from major email clients or IMAP servers into a searchable database complete with attachments, headers, and more.
Identifies duplicate folders, pictures, applications, music files, documents, and videos on your Mac and helps free up space by eliminating them safely.
With support for the latest iOS hardware and the Apple Pencil, Parallels Access 3.1 continues to be the absolute best way to use desktop applications from a mobile device.
Converting PDF, EPS, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Office items to native QuarkXPress items highlights this fast, stable upgrade.