This week's Mac app roundup includes a way for your children to cook without messing up your kitchen, a tool that helps you become a better writer, and a few graphic apps that, judging by some of their features, may or may not be about to become self-aware.
Plosive and affricate sounds wage war in one of the apps featured in this week's roundup; don't worry, though, for you'll be able to make some great videos regardless of which side you pick.
This week's Mac app roundup brings you a little of everything just in time for the holidays: some encryption, a bit of extra battery savvy, contacts galore, and a few apps that can help you overcome the inevitable food coma and unleash your creativity.
There's a bit of everything in this week's Mac App roundup, with software that helps you keep track of your finances, share your files, write better documents, and even keep your Windows-toting pals happy.
The Hybrid may be the perfect multi-touch pen tablet, despite its bulk. But if you rely on smaller gadgets for the road, you may be disappointed.
Comic Life has always been fun to use. With version 3, it's become a better tool for comic book storytelling.
The Omni Group tweaked the user interface of its perennial diagram program. Longtime users will have to adjust, but it's all for the better.
Host Jackie Dove speaks with the developers of Frax, a new fractal generation app.
Voila has good screen capture and annotation tools, but it excels at organizing your shots, helpful if you take a lot of them.
Customize OS X's folder icons to reflect your personality.