Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
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.
Parallels Desktop 13 makes it easy to run macOS, Windows, or Linux virtual machines on your Mac, adding improved performance, picture-in-picture, and enabling support for cross-platform features like Touch Bar and People Bar.
Timely offers some great features but comes up short where it shouldn’t.
A digital journal that allows Mac and iOS device owners to capture life’s events with a simple, gorgeous user interface using iCloud sync, emotion tracking, rich text formatting, tags, and location data.
Timing can track both billable time and activity on your Mac so you can know how much to bill a client.
The fastest way to design and print professional-looking labels, envelopes, letterhead, and more with a modern user interface and wide support for over 1,500 different types of stock as well as dedicated label printer hardware.
A modern Mac app for designing and printing custom flyers, greeting cards, photo pages, or just about anything else using more than a thousand premade templates and a huge collection of included artwork.
The latest versions of Smile's PDF-editing apps for the Mac get richer and deeper options, but remain much the same.