This week's Mac app roundup takes us shooting through an underwater city in an alternate reality. If fantastic games aren't your thing, we've got plenty left to entice you.
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.
A casual photographer finds that his 10,000-image library causes iPhoto to slow to a crawl. Chris Breen offers a way to kick it into gear.
If you like the idea behind iCloud Tabs, but you don't use Safari on your Mac, CloudyTabs is just what you're looking for.
And that pro would be Chris Breen who's designed a scheme for directing current and future marketing pitches to a specific folder.
Sometimes there's no replacement for sitting in front of your Mac. Fortunately, Screens exists to bring your Mac to your iOS device.
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.
This week's Mac app roundup brings you a number of apps that take notes--some with text, some with media, and some with a way to map that jumble of ideas that keeps swirling around your head.
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.