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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.
Sleepytime is a simple application that makes it easy to go to sleep to, or wake up to, iTunes music playback.
Extensis introduced two new features unique to its Fusion 3 font manager: QuickMatch and WebINK integration. Both help designers choose and access fonts for their projects.
Radium gives Internet-radio lovers a better interface and more features than iTunes for listening to their favorite stations and programs. It even works with a number of online music services.
Lyrica automatically finds and adds the lyrics to tracks playing in iTunes.
DJ app lets you make audio mixes and record scratches for parties and events.
BIAS's SoundSaver provides an easy-to-use way to digitize and clean LPs and tapes.
Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.
With welcome new features and refinements to what was already a fun and capable application, AmpliTube 2 for iPhone deserves a place in all guitarists' app collection.
iMovie '11 has some standout features that show off its capabilities, like Movie Trailers, long-awaited sound editing, and One-Step Effects. But there are also plenty of other enhancements indicating that this release has depth and character, like the return of a traditional timeline in Single-Row View, a fix for rolling shutter artifacts, the People Finder feature, and more. Here's Jeff Carlson's review.