Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
For accessing your most recent files, Trickster is a marked improvement over OS X’s built-in recent-item features.
In version 4, the venerable text-expansion utility TextExpander gains advanced fill-in features, better performance, and some fine tuning.
Write 2 HD is a solid offering: it gives users basic note taking and text-creation options, but it offers better-than-average security and multi-device use.
Refreshed clients for iOS devices make it easier to capture and organize data.
Mac app joins with compatible document scanners to digitize receipts, business cards, and more.
Studiometry is an excellent application for managing your business, handling invoices and estimates, and tracking when and whether or not you've been paid.
If you live and die by email, MailMate may prove a godsend, especially at its reasonable $30 price tag.
Evernote 5 is a major refresh of the program’s look and operations, and makes the "everything box" service easier to use and more appealing than ever.
CustomMenu lets you create a custom systemwide menu for accessing favorite apps, files, and folders.
Equal parts project manager, vector graphics engine, digital notebook, and slide deck, Zengobi’s Curio 8 makes an ideal tool for anyone planning something big, complex, and multifaceted.
Firetask’s pleasing design and tight feature set ease the drudgery of task management.
Fantastical leaps from the Mac to the iPhone, and it sticks the landing.
Resume Designer offers job-seekers the basic building blocks they need attract an employer’s eye.
If you don’t mind paying up for a studious second opinion on your writing, you’ll find Grammarian Pro2 X a lot more useful and thorough than Apple or Microsoft’s built-in writing tools.
People who need to keep sets of files and folders identically matched will find it worthwhile to take the time to learn GoodSync.