Don't-Miss Software Stories
For the first time in several World of Warcraft expansions Blizzard is flexing its world-creation and storytelling muscles.
Free iPhone app straddles the line between photo and video.
Journaly may not be feature-packed, but it shows a lot of potential.
If you frequently download from the internet, this app can help you manage the download tasks and the data your receive.
A visually rich pedometer and step counting app with support for Apple Health, Today widget, and Apple Watch.
iOS app won’t replace Apple Notes or Evernote, but its simplicity comes in handy.
An affordable alternative to Adobe Illustrator for manipulating text.
The Channels app lets you view over-the-air broadcasts and some cable programming in iOS with the right third-party hardware.
Daylife has a great look and feel, but is quite limited in its present form.
Mac utility expands on the abilities of the former Voila with a more robust set of tools for capturing screen or websites and recording Mac or iOS screens.
Blocs 2 keeps the ease and elegance of its original version, but adds plenty of powerful new features.
Gesture-based app smoothly integrates multiple document annotation.
Like its desktop counterpart, Scrivener has the features you need for research and writing projects.
The improvements cement Pixelmator's position as the top affordable alternative to Photoshop.
Takes the drudgery out of sharing QuickTime videos on Twitter.