Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
One of the better writing apps now comes in three different versions, based on the type of writing you do. Which one should you get?
The latest minor update to Pages restores typographic sophistication that was lost between 4 and 5, and perks up export compatibility.
Get organized, engage with others who share similar passions, and maybe even make a few bucks in the process.
The overhaul of Fantastical brings it in parity with its iOS version and beyond; a 2.1 updated takes it even farther.
When your primary objective is to get words down on digital paper, iA Writer might be for you.
Microsoft's spreadsheet app is more friendly to general Mac users, but less friendly to power users.
StickyBrain returns after a 10-year absence in an attempt to make virtual Post-It notes on the Mac cool again.
Microsoft Outlook’s new version still works just fine, but its biggest changes are minor, cosmetic, and inessential.
OneNote is ideal for anyone who want to take multi-layered notes.
Is it enough to overtake Keynote? That depends on your needs.
Major update brings unified user interface across all platforms and excellent collaboration features. But it still isn't a feature-for-feature match with Word for Windows.
Keep better track of your money by using this app on your iPhone. It also works with Apple Watch.
MindNode 2 takes what was already great about the Pro version, supercharging it with new features, themes, and other options that make it the best version yet.
Here's another writing tool for anyone who wants a simple, uncomplicated Mac app.
The fifth release of the shortcut-expanding TextExpander reminds you of patterns you've already set and watches for new ones.