Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
Mariner Software's Persona, billed as a way to help writers develop characters, is limited in functionality, low on polish, and relies too heavily on cliche and stereotype.
The previous version of Mail looked radically different from its predecessors. The new Mail 6 that comes with Mountain Lion seems nearly identical—its changes are small.
Both of them enable you to run Windows on your Mac. But which virtualization app is better? The differences are getting narrower and narrower.
Things 2.0's organizational prowess makes it a good investment for anyone with a lot to do.
The latest version of Nuance's speech recognition program for Mac features a new transcription feature that users have been waiting for.
If jotting down notes as opposed to typing them on your iPad is your thing, then this app might be right up your alley.
Here are some business and productivity apps that will help you get more done with your iPad this Labor Day.
To clear clutter from your Mac's desktop, Desktop Tidy keeps everything hidden, but also keeps it organized for easier navigation.
It may have started out life as an Android app, but this is just about a perfect to-do manager for your iPhone.
Developers, designers, audio pros, or anyone who uses a large number of folders will welcome the ability to jump directly to a frequently used folder or file from within any application. ReFind lets you do so without searching or clicking through stacks of open Finder windows.
LaunchMagic is more of a hybrid app launcher and organizer than merely a standalone launching app. The app has a visual style unlike others in its class, which helps it stand out in the crowded app launcher field.
This new note-taking and task management tool offers several unique features that may appeal to productivity-minded iPad owners. The app may not quite measure up to a more mature rival like Evernote at this point, but Brian Beam thinks Projectbook is off to a good start.
Gemini digs through your hard drive and dumps duplicate files, spitting out snarky phrases to keep you from getting too bored during the wait.