Don't-Miss Software Stories
An online platform for creating, using, and sharing small relational databases.
Unless your first language is something other than English or you want to revisit the days when Newton reigned as king of the marginal handwriting recognition castle, PenReader isn’t particularly accurate, intuitive, or easy to use.
Disk Drill Pro 2 allows a single user to perform data recovery for all media types and file systems, rebuild HFS+ catalogs, or search lost partitions on up to three Macs.
The Channels app lets you view over-the-air broadcasts and some cable programming on an Apple TV with the right third-party hardware.
Agile Bits’s latest release catapults its venerable digital vault into the enterprise space, and brings many small improvements to one of the best apps in this space.
If you don't like using Spaces or you have only one display, HazeOver is a great way to draw your attention to the window you're using.
Thousands of high-quality images, graphs, and table elements to make you presentation stand out.
Delivers your favorite social media images to the desktop with four layout styles, full-screen support, and the ability to bookmark favorites.
Mac media player software that enables the ability to save videos, download from YouTube, or grab still frames.
Consumer multimedia tool began life on the iPad, but now offers even more opportunities to shine.
On its own merits, Numbers is well done and should meet the needs of nearly any iOS spreadsheet user.
Forecast Bar on the Mac always had the soul of an iOS app, so it’s no surprise that it shines on the iPhone.
The latest version sees the return of missing features, along with improved large-data-set performance and useful new charting tools.
It's a very specific app, but if you need it, it's the only way to get this option.
Keeping your private data safe is easy with this well-written tool that works well for novices and seasoned pros alike.