Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
MenuPop puts your menus directly under your cursor, no matter where the cursor might be.
Offering a flexible replacement for a couple past Mac Gems that are no longer with us, Neu lets you create a new document right in the current Finder window.
Agile Web Solutions’ 1Password 3 is one of the best password management tools available. Several robust and powerful features make it nearly indispensible.
Printopia lets you print from any print-capable iOS app to any of your Mac's printers. Printopia also makes it easy to "print to PDF," saving the resulting files to your Mac or to your Dropbox folder.
If you've got so many menu-bar utilities that application menus crowd them out, NoMenuBar aims to help.
CopySwap lets you switch the Clipboard's contents with selected text, saving you steps when swapping copy.
All three of the calculator apps we look at in this review do what they're supposed to do, though not necessary in the way that you'd like. More significantly, none seem to make good use out of the iPad's extensive screen real estate.
F.lux automatically adjusts your Mac's display brightness and temperature at night to better match your room lighting. The result is less eye fatigue, and possibly even better sleep.
The iPad's big beautiful screen gives developers a lot of space to experiment with the design and features of an alarm clock app. But which apps stand out from the crowd? Kyle Baxter takes a look at three clock apps to see which ones are worth your time.
Sequenzetto makes it easy to rename files so they sort in your preferred order.
This memo app -- which you can use to create a note that appears on your iPhone's lock screen -- can be a limited tool, it's still a worthwhile capability to have for handy reminders.
TorchFS displays Spotlight search results using by your own folder structure.
This app, which shows information about the moon, is nicely designed and takes advantage of the iPad's display capabilities. But what you see is all you get.
This calculator app for both the iPhone and iPad looks great. But it doesn't offer much beyond the features you get from the built-in calculator app.
MaxMenus isn't new, but with the current beta, it's finally compatible with Snow Leopard. Today's Mac Gems column welcomes back this venerable, and promising, utility.