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Despite its quirks, Artboard 1.4 is a very promising creative app and a great starting point for novices looking to try their hand at vector illustration.
If you come from a traditional painting background, but are new to iPad art, this app’s simple workflow might be just what you are looking for.
Bookle is a simple and easy way to read ePubs on your Mac, though it currently lacks more-advanced features such as search and annotations.
Global Delight’s Game Your Video wants to make the video-editing process as simple as possible, and it does an excellent job of it.
If you plan to create a book solely for the iBookstore, and you’re not concerned about other ebook platforms, iBooks Author stands above any other option currently available.
If you write in Markdown, Marked is a stellar add-on for previewing and analyzing your documents.
Publishing expert Michael Baumgardt walks us step-by-step through the process of creating an iPad app with App Studio as part of his review of QuarkXPress 9.1.
Even when shrunk down to fit the iPhone's screen, Flipboard still offers a great interface for casual reading.
The Macworld staff reveals our top software picks of the year.
The Wacom Inkling offers artists a wonderful option for physically sketching and creating first-draft drawings they can later upload as vector images. The Inkling's software component, however, makes working with these images a slow and cumbersome process.
Tunesque makes it easier to find Apple-hawked media by consolidating searches of all Apple's media stores in a single interface.
CorelCAD feels more refined, complete, and stable than what you would expect for a new application.
LetterMpress is an excellent app for typography lovers, creative types, and anyone interested in learning how a letterpress works.