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ColorSnapper can convert color values to 14 different formats.
It won't replace Apple's Font Book, but Fonts does offer a nice way to look at the fonts on your Mac.
Watermarker offers an excellent balance between features and ease of use that easily fits the needs of photographers and designers, regardless of the amount of images they need to process.
Powershot is a screen capture utility with annotation tools and flexible file-saving features.
Light Up takes images and allows you to create masks that block out the items you want to highlight.
Usability enhancements to drawing and perspective tools round out this latest revision.
The latest version of Adobe's desktop publishing program features much-needed features for creating ePub documents.
Even after all these years, Adobe continues to add new features to its venerable image and photo editor that make it easier to get your work done.
An easy-to-use Mac app for retouching your photos.
Smart and simple to use, SnapNDrag Pro is an essential tool for anyone who takes Mac screenshots on a daily basis.
This Mac app works fine with simple product shots for online auctions, but has trouble with fine details.
Adobe's Sketch app is a solid drawing app, while Line stands out from the crowd as a masterful drafting option. Here's our review.
After impressing us at last year's Macworld/iWorld, CrazyTalk 7 is back with a companion app for iOS devices.
Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell spent an afternoon sketching with FiftyThree's new Paper 1.6.1 update. Here's what she likes (and what still needs work).