Don't-Miss Utility Software Stories
iPhone owners can maintain privacy by setting up limited-use alternate phone numbers for calls, texts, and picture messages.
StickyBrain returns after a 10-year absence in an attempt to make virtual Post-It notes on the Mac cool again.
An inexpensive app for making custom wallpapers on your iOS device.
This free app can be a useful utility for app developers or for providing tech support.
While this timer doesn't have a lot of features, its unique interface makes it stand out.
Know if you should grab your umbrella when you head out for lunch, without looking at your phone.
An inexpensive utility blocks all network access for apps except those you mark when at Wi-Fi hotspots or using a Personal Hotspot.
Paste might be lacking in features, but its OS X integration is second to none.
iTunes is too frustrating to use for tagging files. Metadatics has a better set of features and is easier to use.
Is your Mac's storage device getting full? CleanMyMac can help reclaim gigabyte's worth of space.
Joe Kissell has tried them all: MozyHome, Backblaze, Carbonite, and Dolly Drive. But he keeps coming back to CrashPlan, Java app and all.
ControlAir uses the FaceTime HD camera to allow touch-free, gesture-based control over a handful of media player software using only your index finger
A utility analyzes a disk drive and lets you give unneeded files and duplicates the heave-ho.
If you've ever felt the pain of accidentally copying over something important on your clipboard, you need a clipboard manager. We round up the top options for this essential Mac utility, including launchers that serve double-duty.
Those frustrated with DiskWarrior's inability to deal with large volumes can now rejoice. DiskWarrior 5 goes 64-bit and adds new (and welcome) features.