Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
A project management system targeted to creative pros gets an upgrade.
Arrange combines some of the popular features of other window-management utilities in one convenient package.
From tabbed browsing to the ability to download files, this mobile browser offers features that improve upon what you get from the mobile version of Safari.
For repositioning and resizing, Divvy is a clever and intuitive alternative to dragging title bars and tiny resize corners.
Moom is a nifty utility that repurposes OS X's little green "zoom" button to let you quickly resize and reposition windows. As long as its preset window arrangements are enough for you, Moom is mighty appealing.
If you've misplaced your iOS device, Apple's Find My iPhone app can easily help you find it on a map, or remotely lock or wipe it.
This versatile app turns your iPad into a trackpad, while also allowing you to launch and switch between applications on your computer.
Regardless of how you feel about being an AT&T customer, you should find the carrier's app for managing your wireless account quite useful.
TextWrangler is an excellent text editor for anyone who needs to work with large amounts of text, text in large numbers of files, or both. It makes manipulating text a breeze, and its price just can’t be beat.
TimeOut forces you to take regular computing breaks, making you snap out of your computer daze by gently fading your screen at regular intervals.
TimeTable extracts your billable hours from iCal events and calculates your fees for invoicing.
Neither of these apps for letting your family and friends know your location is flashy, but they get the job done reasonably well.
Your iPhone or iPod touch may come with a Clock app, but it's a pretty bare-bones offering. Fortunately, upgrading to a better clock application isn't that expensive, and Best Alarm Clock more than lives up to its name.