Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
MacDropAny is a simple utility that lets you use Dropbox to sync folders outside of your Dropbox folder.
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this mobile Web browser offer a workaround to Apple's lack of support for Flash on the iOS platform. The apps work as advertised -- some of the time -- but serious surfers may find Skyfire's limitations frustrating.
Four years in the making, Skitch 1.0 is a unique, easy to use, and well-connected screenshot- and photo-sharing app and Web service available for the Mac.
Big speed increase eclipses modest design innovations in Opera Software's latest Web browser.
Radium gives Internet-radio lovers a better interface and more features than iTunes for listening to their favorite stations and programs. It even works with a number of online music services.
Google's Web browser is stronger, better, faster, shinier.
Lyrica automatically finds and adds the lyrics to tracks playing in iTunes.
Despite a few minor annoyances, the mobile app for the Posterous blogging service is a quick and effective publishing tool.
QuickCursor lets you use your favorite text editor "within" any other program.
'Tis the season to recognize great products here at Macworld, and with the annual Eddy Awards and App Gems Awards out of the way, it's time to take a look at 2010's best affordable software: the Mac Gems of the Year.
If Apple’s Mail is the affordable hatchback of e-mail clients, Postbox 2 is the category’s luxury sedan. Handsomely appointed with why-didn’t-anyone-think-of-this-sooner features, Postbox seems to anticipate and serve your every e-mail need.
MailHub is a Mail plug-in that adds powerful features for managing your e-mail messages.
Herald is an e-mail-notification utility that lets you monitor incoming e-mail messages while you work in other programs.