Don't-Miss Graphics & design software Stories
Lots of folks need help creating a corporate identity for small businesses. This promising software package is marred by bugs.
Despite some rough edges, Toast 11 is a very nice upgrade from Toast 10.
Realmac's RapidWeaver 5.1 strikes a winning balance between power and ease of use, and may represent a good successor for Apple's aging iWeb '09.
MacFlux 3 offers powerful, flexible, template-based CSS Website creation tools.
Stop motion animation package is fun at first but frustrating as you try to go beyond the basics.
Collage maker lets you create beautiful photo collages quickly and easily.
The latest version of Airfoil remains a solid audio utility. It's a very clever and affordable way to stream your all of your Mac’s audio throughout your home and to your iOS devices.
Photo collage creator lets you produce sophisticated and stylish images.
TextWrangler is an excellent text editor for anyone who needs to work with large amounts of text, text in large numbers of files, or both. It makes manipulating text a breeze, and its price just can’t be beat.
iMovie for iOS 1.2 for the iPad makes movie editing tactile and engaging. While the app isn't perfect, it offers a surprising amount of flexibility. Jeff Carlson weighs in with this review.
GarageBand for iPad is a deep and very affordable app suitable for musicians and tin-eared musical newbies alike.
On Tuesday, Roxio released Toast 11, the latest version of its $100 CD/DVD burning and video conversion software. Big changes include a new user interface, built-in tutorials, multiple burner support, subtitle suport, and hardware-assisted video encoding. Here's a first look at the new version.
If you want a simple, free tool to control iTunes playback, Bowtie will do the trick.