Looking for a dedicated Gmail client for your Mac? Mailplane 3 is one of the better options out there.
You will soon be able to create, import, edit, and even show off your iWork documents from a Web browser, courtesy of a new service coming to iCloud.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers better ways to board your airplane, get a laugh, share short videos, and watch TV. Read on!
Scapple is a promising free-form, nonlinear, mind-mapping text editor that works well on its own or with Scrivener.
Mail Pilot is a Kickstarter-turned-mail app that aims to turn your email into a date-based to-do list. It largely succeeds, though it's not quite ready for a spot on your home screen just yet.
Any.DO has been a popular to-do app for users of iOS and Chrome. Now the company says it plans an array of "life-management" apps.
Getting into a folder is easy: Just double-click. But what about getting out of that folder and going back to where you were? Here are eight ways to do it.
TopXNotes is an app for serious note takers, with an impressive array of features that provide an excellent user experience.
Haiku Deck has to restrain your options a little bit, but it’ll help you make a presentation that is solidly professional and elegant. It’s easy enough to use that even a PowerPoint newbie should be able to master it in minutes.
Frequent contributor Jeff Carlson had complained that Photo Stream images are difficult to access without opening iPhoto or Aperture. Chris Breen provides a solution.