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Ulysses has long been a dream app for writers, but new support for deadlines and coders make it even better.
There are a couple of things you can do if you find it difficult to read email in Apple's Mail app,
Sometimes Mail won’t let you bring back a missing folder. There’s another way.
An option to hide a couple of special calendars isn’t found in Settings.
You can do better than Apple's default calculator app.
Relatively minor changes bring Numbers in sync with its macOS counterpart as well as Pages and Keynote for iOS.
Featuring a minor update for importing data that makes a big difference.
Apple presentation app needs to be developed further along than this.
With only one new feature, a slideshow option, this release puts keynote in sync with other apps and Keynote for iOS.
A new version adds book-related features, minor improvements, and parity with the latest iOS version.
With new Pencil, annotation, book, and drawing support, Pages for iOS becomes a more comprehensive document tool.
A refresh to a long-running blog-posting app gives it new life as blogging diversifies and abides.
Here are a few ways to set up remote access to a Mac, depending on the situation.
Better late than never.
You don’t need to resort to Numbers of Excel if you want to create a document and want to use rows and columns to keep your data orderly.