Don't-Miss Software Stories
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.
Despite new limits in El Capitan, the wholly rewritten Default Folder X 5 not only restores previous functionality, but exceeds it with new options.
Cloud-powered, remote access of files and folders on connected Mac or Windows computers.
Create smooth, stabilized time-lapse from first-person videos shot with smartphones and action cams.
An attractive iPhone app for tracking automobile fuel expenses and mileage but it has its quirks.
A lightweight menu bar application that cleans unwanted junk from storage devices, and can eject all mounted volumes in a single click.
If you need to bundle two or more OS X audio sources to pass as input into another program, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback provides a simple, hack-free method.
A super-impressive entry into the bundled photo editing app arena.
Side-by-side web browsing is a reality for late-model iPads, but Sidefari lacks most of the niceties of the full Mobile Safari.
Quicken continues to be an easy-to-use finance app, but it's tougher for it to stand out amongst its competitors.
Fans of CloudMagic for iOS will fawn over this "distraction-free" Mac app, even if it lacks a key feature of the mobile version.
A family-friendly way to track chores and allowances.