Don't-Miss Software Stories
This free Mac app tracks up to 20 products and tells you when an item has lowered its price.
It's time for our annual GemFest (a.k.a., Summer of Gems), where we'll spend the next few months reviewing a Mac Gem each day.
You don't have to be a guitar, bass, or ukelele god to have fun and play your favorite songs, thanks to the Ultimate Guitar Tabs app.
The 2013 edition of GemFest (a.k.a., Summer of Gems) has come to an end, but we've got links to all our reviews.
It's time for our annual GemFest (a.k.a., Summer of Gems). Starting today and continuing through the end of August, we'll be reviewing a new Mac Gem every day (except Sunday). Some of the programs are simple, some more complex. Some will be niche-y, while others will be programs everyone should use. The one thing they all have in common is that each is a Mac Gem.
LibreOffice is a competitive alternative to Microsoft Office that is extensible, highly compatible, highly configurable, and free.
Netflix's streaming video app for the iPhone and iPad are a must-install for most users. Unfortunately, while playback is fairly competent, limited additional options make queue management frustrating.
In version 4, the venerable text-expansion utility TextExpander gains advanced fill-in features, better performance, and some fine tuning.
Now that you've seen the Eddy Awards and the App Gems Awards, it's time for recognizing our favorite Mac Gems of 2012.
Our 28th annual Eddys recognize the year's 21 greatest Apple-related products for work, entertainment, mobile use, and creative tasks.
Twitter's influence on TweetDeck is becoming more apparent in this major new version, with the option of a new, lighter look. We review the new features, including a column navigator that makes it easy to customize the layout.
Entering life as a photographic experiment, Photosynth has evolved into a fabulous panorama maker.
Smoother Creative Suite integration and a step forward for Web fonts are hallmarks of Suitcase Fusion 4.