Don't-Miss Software Stories
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.
If you've played Lego games before, you'll get the hang of this one quickly.
Squash is an easy to use, drag-and-drop Mac utility that cuts JPEG, PNG, and GIF files down to size with no noticeable loss of quality while saving valuable storage space.
Spark for Mac helps cut down on the amount of time users spend managing email with a Smart Inbox, four configurable gestures in the message list, and Quick Replies for one-click responses in a flash.
For die-hard fans of Roller Coaster Tycoon, the classic has returned. And it’s good.
Secrets allows users to easily and securely store passwords, credit card numbers, bank details, and other confidential information with OpenPGP and AES encryption.
If you like ambient music, you'll find Reflection a fascinating app.