Don't-Miss Utility Software Stories
Identifies duplicate folders, pictures, applications, music files, documents, and videos on your Mac and helps free up space by eliminating them safely.
Even though Dragon Anywhere can only take dictation inside its own app, it works better than Siri, especially for long chunks of text.
First update in more than two years brings a much-needed feature and interface refresh.
Speedify combines available cellular and Wi-Fi connections, seamlessly providing faster, more reliable internet speeds from any iOS app.
If TextExpander’s subscription service rubs you the wrong way, you have several options that you can buy—and one that’s free.
TextExpander moves from paid apps to a subscription ecosystem with identical apps and an immature Web interface.
A handy tool for checking your Internet connection.
This synchronized multi-speaker app adds speaker groups, remote control, a sleeker interface, and Bluetooth support.
A full-featured clipboard manager that allows saving text, links, and images on one device and reusing them on another from the app, Notification Center widget, or keyboard.
Disk Drill Pro 2 allows a single user to perform data recovery for all media types and file systems, rebuild HFS+ catalogs, or search lost partitions on up to three Macs.
If you don't like using Spaces or you have only one display, HazeOver is a great way to draw your attention to the window you're using.
NTFS for Mac 14 provides native performance and unlimited read/write access when using Windows-formatted drives on OS X.
Despite new limits in El Capitan, the wholly rewritten Default Folder X 5 not only restores previous functionality, but exceeds it with new options.
A lightweight menu bar application that cleans unwanted junk from storage devices, and can eject all mounted volumes in a single click.
If you need to bundle two or more OS X audio sources to pass as input into another program, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback provides a simple, hack-free method.