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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.
The latest version of the Mail.app feels dated, and it can be problematic if you use Gmail.
The Finder's new tags feature isn't just for the overly organized. With these tips, anyone can put them to productive use.
Apple closes the chapter on the old Pages. The new version is a major rewrite of the app that goes in a completely new direction.
Outstanding calendar app maintains intuitive interface and natural-language-event-creation capabilities, gains reminder management and an overhauled interface.
Calendars 5 is an impressive calendar app for iOS that looks terrific, offers easy-to-use features, and works equally well on iPhone and iPad.
Reactions to Apple's first major update to its office suite in nearly four years are not necessarily kind, but there might be some good thinking behind the company's actions.
Editorial is a text editor with an intuitive Workflow feature that helps you be more productive with your written content.
During a presentation full of new Mac hardware and software, Apple senior vice president of Internet software and services Eddy Cue unveiled new versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on both the Mac and iOS. All three apps will be available for free to anyone with a new Mac or iOS device.