In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a few ways to keep focused and save your precious time for more useful activities—like solving math problems or watching videos online.
Nestled between iPhoto and Lightroom, newcomer Mylio wants to take the pain out of collecting and organizing your zillions of photos.
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and even LinkedIn let you express your personality with a cover image as well as your profile pic. Lesa Snider explains how to make yours great.
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps has a bit of Disney magic in it, combined with more serious tools for travelers, scientists, photographers, and those who like to keep tabs on their time.
Try experimenting with color to improve so-so images. Lesa Snider has instructions for using iPhoto, Pixelmator, Photoshop Elements, and more.
Pixelmator makes for a wonderfully creative distraction that you’ll be itching to work with.
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps is all about sight and sound, with software that will make your photos gorgeous, keep you sane in a noisy environment, and entertain you with some music.
Creativity, selection refinement, and content-aware fill are the highlights in Adobe's new consumer-level editor.
iOS 8's Photos app is more than just a shoebox for your images. It contains some terrific editing tools as well. Chris Breen takes you on a tour.
Photoshop, photoschmop. Lightroom can handle most editing tasks, plus it's great at managing your photos so you can do more with them.