In this week’s roundup of new Mac Apps, we bring you a way to skip terrible music, find out where your day goes, and make the most of your breaks.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a tool that keeps your files in place, a beautiful photo editor, and a program that tells you where all your storage has gone.
Native Windows and Mac versions arrive, but the full-featured editor is still online-only
Watermarker offers an excellent balance between features and ease of use that easily fits the needs of photographers and designers, regardless of the amount of images they need to process.
Light Up takes images and allows you to create masks that block out the items you want to highlight.
Even after all these years, Adobe continues to add new features to its venerable image and photo editor that make it easier to get your work done.
Though it's not perfect, iResizer is a handy content-aware scaling tool that makes your images fit particular aspect ratios without cropping.
Macworld contributor Jeff Carlson takes an in-depth look at Adobe's newest iOS app, Photoshop Mix.
The app now includes Google's 'Stories' photo playback program
Unlike a compact camera or a DSLR, your iPhone doesn’t let you adjust most of your image settings. That said, several tools within the Camera app (and other third-party programs) can aid you in taking very attractive pictures.