PDFpen has the features you need to work on PDFs on your iOS device, but it has a few quirks.
The latest version of Nuance's speech recognition for the Mac is an excellent upgrade to an already great product, and it's the most reliable incarnation yet.
One of the apps in this week's Mac roundup may not let you discover a killer gamma ray, but it will certainly help you explain how it works if you do.
We tested a bumper crop of contenders to find the best e-mail offering for your needs.
This week's roundup of apps includes a game that features world-historical figures facing off against zombies, werewolves, and fast food. There's also offerings for music lovers, nature admirers, and people who just want to get someplace else on time.
We've got art in many shapes and forms in this week's Mac app roundup: From vector to wall, these apps could help unleash your inner Picasso.
With another big third-party keyboard launch, Apple could finally feel some pressure to consider integrating other keyboards with iOS.
There's a bit of retro goodness in this week's app roundup, with a text editor that will bring you back to a time when monitors were curved and text was both green and fuzzy.
One of OS X's most-useful features is the capability to save any printable document, webpage, or file as a PDF. This week's video shows you some nifty ways to get more out of this feature.
This note-taking app has a super smart predictive keyboard and syncs with Evernote.