If you think different, watch this page closely. You’ll find the best software for doing pretty much anything with your Mac, guides to some of Apple’s lesser-known features, and tips that will turbocharge your macOS workflow.
Get animated wallpaper for your Mac. It’s beautiful, useless, and fun.
iPhone and iPad
Outlines are useful for completing writing projects, taking class notes, brainstorming ideas and creating agendas for important meetings. Cloud Outliner is designed to make outlines even better.
iTunes only supports MP4 and QuickTime format video files. We demonstrate how to use trusted free, open source, and cross-platform software to convert video files into formats recognized by iTunes.
If most of your work involves a computer, an OS X application called Timing can help you track exactly where the hours go.
Essays are dry. They’re time consuming. They’re dull. And the worst part of it? Referencing. Thankfully, there’s an app out there making referencing less frustrating.
Like the mobile version of the app, Mail Pilot for Mac is very useful for managing important email like a to-do list.
Add whatever information you want to your Mac’s desktop, and make it look great.
Intel returns to mobile app development with its free Intel XDK IDE. Using this development environment, you can write applications, test them against multiple devices and publish to a multitude of app stores.
Do advanced photo tricks, for free. It's possible, thanks to The GIMP. The GNU Image…
CloudApp 2.0 Mac app is faster and more accessible than before. It sits in OS X’s menu bar, and all you have to do is drag-and-drop files to it to get shareable links.
Leave no crap behind. AppCleaner is a free uninstaller for Mac that searches for and lets you delete all the settings, caches and other junk files programs you delete that would otherwise remain.
I use five different notebooks. Why? Because each has a distinct purpose or feature that helps me stay productive.
Which display should you buy to do the new Mac Pro justice? Here are a few options.
iPhone and iPad
iCloud Keychain is a secure password manager for both OS X Mavericks and iOS 7 for iPhone and iPad. Use it to quickly and easily log into websites, Wi-Fi networks, Internet accounts, and more.
A real digital notebook should allow users to do more than collect and store notes, clippings and documents.
Now that users and developers are able to extend Alfred’s capabilities by adding their own workflows, calling it an ‘application launcher’ seems a bit limiting.
The start of a new year is a great time to begin keeping a journal or diary, but the challenge lies in keeping up your new daily journal writing habit.
Is the new Mac Pro reasonably priced when compared to a PC you can build yourself, or is the “Apple tax” in full effect? Prepare for a shock.
There are plenty of lightweight and easy-to-use text editors for Mac users, but for projects requiring desktop publishing features, Apple’s recently overhauled Pages is still a good solution.
Organize your favorite retro games in style – then play them. OpenEmu is a long-awaited Mac exclusive that combines emulation for a dozen systems into a single, slick program. It makes browsing your ROMs a delight, and can run most of your collection.
Linux gaming has recently seen an increase in popular titles, but that doesn’t mean that it didn’t have good games before the arrival of Steam. Nexuiz is one of several such titles that remains a popular game to play on Linux for both old and new users.
Having trouble keeping your iCloud account trim? Don’t pay for an upgrade, manage your free storage the smart way. Here’s how.
What if I told you that malware could be passed around using the unlikely medium of computer speakers and microphones?
Tired of all your folders looking the same in Mac OS X? Boost productivity and beautify your desktop, add custom folder icons for your most visited directories.