Do you miss iWeb, Apple's web-publishing service that was discontinued last year? The guys at Rage Software say they're preparing a replacement.
The iTunes Store gives you a list of the best of 2012 and now lets you give your friends apps from your iOS devices. Elsewhere, News Corp gives The Daily's staff the option to dance for their pink slips and an untrustworthy source gives us some spurious rumors about the next iPad mini.
ChunkFive's no-nonsense block serifs are taken right out of the playbook for classic western wood type—a style at home on wanted posters and newspaper front pages.
Creative Cloud subscribers get a special deal for the iPad content creation tool.
We've redesigned macworld.com before. But never quite like this.
Smoother Creative Suite integration and a step forward for Web fonts are hallmarks of Suitcase Fusion 4.
Macworld has made its magazine content available in all kinds of digital forms before. But the new Enhanced iPad Edition takes that digitization to a whole new level.
When it comes to electronic publishing, the waters of ebook creation are murky and deep, full of confusing exceptions, varied formats, and non-existent support. But despite these problems, publishers may now at the least be able to seek solutions from Apple itself, thanks to a new telephone support option from the company.
While the new grunge styles, social media export capabilities, and help systems are welcome improvements, it's the combination of those features with the dramatically lower price that gives version 11 the highest value of any release of TypeStyler.