Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
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.
Gesture-based app smoothly integrates multiple document annotation.
Like its desktop counterpart, Scrivener has the features you need for research and writing projects.
A great app for making snippets useful in a whole lot more places.
This calendar and to-do app is an excellent way to get organized and plan your day.
MailButler delivers the features you want in the software you already use.