Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
The latest version sees the return of missing features, along with improved large-data-set performance and useful new charting tools.
Quicken continues to be an easy-to-use finance app, but it's tougher for it to stand out amongst its competitors.
Mailbox broke my heart, but N1 has taught me how to love an email client again.
Fans of CloudMagic for iOS will fawn over this "distraction-free" Mac app, even if it lacks a key feature of the mobile version.
A family-friendly way to track chores and allowances.
A full-featured yet easy to use note-taking app with support for importing and marking up PDF files or photos.
Greeting Card Shop 3 helps Mac owners create and print their own greeting cards and invitations for life’s special moments.
Daylite keeps you focused on your current and potential clients.
SpamSieve learns from the email messages you receive, making it a very accurate spam filter.
iOS app makes a trip to the supermarket more collaborative, especially for adding those last-minute items.
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.