Historical rivals Apple and IBM are teaming up to take on mobile enterprise computing with a combination of apps, services, and support.
Parallels Access 2 lets you view and control your Mac or Windows computer from any iOS device. It's a nice upgrade over the original version, though its subscription-based pricing makes it less appealing than some competitors.
Use it for work. Use it to highlight points of interest on a map. Or use it to doodle all over a picture and share it with your friends.
In general, Microsoft is keeping the same Office plans as before, but at lower prices.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps includes ways to track the real Wimbledon championships and play the simulated Superbike World Championships. Plus, we have stuff for you non-sporting types out there, too.
Ulysses III is an excellent tool for Markdown-based writing, and its document-management features provide quick access to everything you've written.
Objective Development's keyboard-based app launcher, file finder, and do-everything utility gets a new look and lots of new features, making it better than ever.
For those who don't need advanced features, Reeder 2 lets you quickly and easily read your RSS feeds. Gesture control and support for plenty of sharing services give the app polish.
Write for Mac straddles the line between a good note-taking app and a solid Markdown text editor.
This week’s Mac app roundup comes to you with a bit of writing flair, enough desktop wallpapers to last you a couple of lifetimes, and a trip down nostalgia lane.