Don't-Miss Macs Stories
Concentrate lets you create groups of actions that help you focus on particular tasks.
iFinance 3.0.9 is a beautifully designed personal finance application that lacks some very basic and necessary features.
This visual workflow manager uses a simple interface to show you important information about your projects and keep you organized.
OmniOutliner Professional 3.9.1 is still the best outlining and list management tool on the market.
SneakPeek Photo enhances OS X's Quick Look feature by providing lots of information about images while previewing them.
The newest entrant in the screen recording market introduces some new features, but also comes with a few bugs and limitations.
Fans of the Civilization series appreciate how rich and rewarding a world simulator Sid Meier has created. Beyond the Sword gives you more of the same, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
iTunes 9 aims to make it easier for new users to bring in media and start enjoying it, while providing some of the most-requested features for existing users. In most respects, it succeeds, although it's not without drawbacks.
In this review roundup, we will look at what defines a pocket HD camcorder and review the features of some of today’s popular models.
PC World's Nick Mediati takes an in-depth look at iTunes 9.
Fever is a self-hosted RSS reader that offers some unique, powerful features. If Mac users need some incentive to switch away from the competition, Chill Pill may do the trick.
Punch! Software’s Home & Landscape Design Studio for Mac 14.1—at about $150—is an excellent value for what it does well: Create quick and impressive 3-D views of your dream home or landscape design that showcase your vision for your property.
Snow Leopard is a solid collection of tweaks and upgrades for a low price, Jason Snell says. Here's an in-depth review.