This week’s Mac app roundup is an eclectic collection of software that can help you learn new words, type them more quickly, keep an eye on your best friend, and even get you in the cloud--without worrying about privacy storms.
With so many awesome apps at your disposal, using a pen and paper just doesn't make much sense.
Virtual TimeClock has an excellent set of tools for tracking the time put in by your company's employees.
Leafnote isn’t quite as stark as other text editors, but it takes plenty of cues from iOS, resulting in a simple, speedy, and organized writing experience.
In this week’s roundup, you’ll find apps that turn your Mac into a surveillance camera, batch image editor, backup system, video player, and worldwide postal code directory.
In addition to the presentation app, Google's entire suite of productivity apps can now open, edit, and save their Microsoft Office equivalents.
OmniFocus has a deep feature set that may take so getting used to, but once you're familiar with it, you'll appreciate how it handles your task list.
Bloom Built’s superb Mac app makes it easier than ever to keep a journal, thanks to smart features and a beautiful, welcoming interface.
Circus Ponies ditched the spiral binding visual and made other refinements, but Notebook is still a versatile writing program.
Recipes gives chefs of all skill levels a digital box in which they can save, consult, and find their recipes.