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EverWeb 1.8.2 review: Well-crafted web design app knows its limits and often surpasses them

One of the best options for new or casual web designers.

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Linky review: Supercharge your iOS 8 sharing extension

Sharing links to social networks from an iOS device is a lot easier with Linky.

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Dart review: Give it time to evolve, and Dart may be the future of email

Email has become the digital generation’s pariah, but with a little work, Dart’s concept just might make it cool again.

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RapidWeaver 6.2.3 review: A good start for building websites (accessories sold separately)

You'll be making websites in no time but you might have to shell out extra cash for more creative ventures.

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Bee review: A honey of a way to compose mobile email

Speed up the email process with one-tap shortcuts for contacts and photo attachments from almost anywhere on iOS.

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Sandvox 2.10 review: A newcomer-friendly tool for publishing simple sites

Get a basic web site up and running--with Sandbox, it's easy.

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Sparkle 1.2.3 review: Mac-friendly web design app needs a bit more luster

Sparkle has some features its big rivals lack, but it doesn’t quite feel complete yet

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Macaw 1.5.15 review: Promising web design program falls short of its goals

Macaw has the potential to be a powerful, flexible, easy tool for designing sophisticated web sites, yet it remains unfortunately limited in some respects.

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Spark review: iPhone app makes mobile email smarter, not completely different

While other iOS email clients try unique interfaces, Riddle thinks there are users who want something that's traditional and familiar.

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Blocs 1.3 review: Web design program executes well on limited ambitions

Blocs makes it easy for amateurs to quickly build beautiful, modern web sites.

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Blogo 2.0: WordPress editor returns from the dead

It's been gone for a while, but now Blogo is back, offering WP bloggers an alternative to MarsEdit. Too bad it isn't a more compelling one.