Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Spark for Mac helps cut down on the amount of time users spend managing email with a Smart Inbox, four configurable gestures in the message list, and Quick Replies for one-click responses in a flash.
With more than 100 templates specifically tailored for stage and screen, Final Draft 10 is the leading screenwriting software used in film and television productions.
Formerally known as Typed, does this Mac writing app have what it takes to stand out from the crowd?
iOS utility helps reduce the amount of time spent editing text to fix common problems such as extraneous line breaks or spaces, remove empty lines, join paragraphs, and more.
When you need more PDF editing tools than what Apple's Preview offers, PDF Expert 2 is a very capable alternative.
A straightforward, easy to use YouTube downloader that gets the job done on your Mac, but there are more capable utilities with better features.
Dials Calendar presents each day’s events on a dial instead of a traditional list view, and syncs with popular cloud-based calendar services.
Parallels Desktop 12 adds 20 one-click utilities to its bag of tricks, along with improved performance for Windows virtual machines.
A suite of software tools for burning DVDs and managing digital media on the Mac, which includes Blu-ray discs, photo editing, and slideshow creation on the Pro version.
A robust alternative to Apple Mail and Microsoft Outlook.
Speech recognition interface can mix mix dictating and typing in certain apps.
A flexible third-party calendar app for macOS and iOS that works with all leading cloud services.
Journaly may not be feature-packed, but it shows a lot of potential.
iOS app won’t replace Apple Notes or Evernote, but its simplicity comes in handy.
Daylife has a great look and feel, but is quite limited in its present form.