Don't-Miss Macs Stories
Dictionary Cleaner is a System Preferences pane that lets you edit Mac OS X's custom spell-checking dictionaries.
Logic Express 9 packs a load of features into a mid-priced digital audio workstation application. As such it may be today's best musical bargain, albeit a sometimes challenging one.
Toon Boom Studio 5's stop-motion feature, annotation layers, and export functions make this not just a fun program to use, but one rich in sophisticated features.
Notify sits in your menu bar and monitors your Gmail accounts for new messages.
CrossOver Mac Pro 8.0 is an application that runs a virtual environment so you can run Windows applications on your Mac.
Bevy offers an interesting—and, at times, fun—way to access your applications: via a wall of icons that pops up on your command.
Basic word processor features an elegant user interface.
WetFish Software's App Store Expense Monitor makes it easy to get an estimate of how much you've spent on iPhone apps.
This recreation of the old-school arcade game makes for some nostalgic fun... until you notice that Namco is charging twice as much for the Mac edition as it does for the Windows version of BurgerTime Deluxe.
USB Overdrive 3 provides Snow Leopard (as well as Tiger and Leopard) users with customizable, system-level mouse and keyboard control without slowing down your system.
Readability is a browser tool that lets you quickly reformat cluttered Web pages for easier reading.
New features like iPhoto integration, database security, and database sharing make Bento a versatile database for the small office and small business owner.
TwoUp and SizeUp are utilities, one free and one not, that let you organize multiple windows on your screen; for example, to make it easier to move files between two Finder windows, or to more easily compare two documents.