Don't-Miss OS X Stories
Adobe's photo organizer makes easy work of HDR and panoramas, recognizes faces, and takes better advantage of your computer's GPU.
Photos arrives with OS X 10.10.3, but should you use it? Jeff Carlson unwraps the new app and Apple's iCloud Photo Library feature.
The overhaul of Fantastical brings it in parity with its iOS version and beyond.
A utility analyzes a disk drive and lets you give unneeded files and duplicates the heave-ho.
If you've ever felt the pain of accidentally copying over something important on your clipboard, you need a clipboard manager. We round up the top options for this essential Mac utility, including launchers that serve double-duty.
Those frustrated with DiskWarrior's inability to deal with large volumes can now rejoice. DiskWarrior 5 goes 64-bit and adds new (and welcome) features.
Alfred is a top-notch productivity app on the Mac that makes launching apps a cinch. But Alfred Remote, its iOS counterpart? Not so much... yet.
If you work for yourself and file a Schedule C, this new version of QuickBooks can help. But it's not for everyone.
Unless your Mac is running Yosemite and your iOS devices are running iOS 8, you can't use AirDrop to share files between them. That's where Anypass comes in.
We haven't seen any other document management app that matches the features, intelligence, or capabilities of DocMoto.
There are many Markdown editors available to Mac users, but perhaps none as beautifully designed as Realmac's Typed.
The newest version of this best-in-class tool lets you use your Mac to record the screen of your iPhone or iPad, complete with touch callouts.
Our favorite way to track all your incoming shipments is now a full-fledged Mac app that effortlessly syncs to iOS.