Don't-Miss Software Stories
The latest versions of Smile's PDF-editing apps for the Mac get richer and deeper options, but remain much the same.
Full-featured toolkit with non-destructive editing for pro photographers.
Slick graphics, great music, and a playful host pull you into this set of party games.
Readiris Pro 16 converts images, PDF files, and other scanned documents into fully editable text files using a robust optical character recognition engine that accurately preserves the layout of the original file.
This edition of the city simulator for the Mac includes previously-released expansion packs.
Turn-based strategy game is the best of the Civilization series.
When you want to open a web link in a different browser, Bumpr makes it easy to do.
A macOS app can replace or complement other backup alternatives while putting more encryption control in your hands.
Designed with novice and professional scrapbookers in mind, iScrapbook 7 covers the entire process from page design to album organization, now with the ability to analyze images and match your color scheme to the placed photos.
It's tax season. Here's a look at four online offerings to help you file with the IRS.
Use iFlicks to add metadata, convert video files, and add videos to your iTunes library.
SpectraLayers Pro 4 allows audio engineers to isolate, edit, and retouch individual sounds using tools and layers in a more visual, multidimensional way.
The latest revision of this popular podcast app shaves off remaining rough edges and adds missing features.
An elegant update to a long-running app that keeps the interface straightforward and attractive.
This simple menu and palette provide nearly all sound settings in one place.