Keep a running tab of how many times you’ve done something today. Find out cool trivia about your own special days of the year. Monitor your Mac’s performance. And loads of games games games!
Mac OS X Lion could arrive… well, any time now, really. Apple refuses to give a solid release date, but most insider reports put its release window in early July. Is your Mac ready for the huge changes that Lion will bring?
Whether you’re looking for an RSS feed reader app for iPhone, iPad, or Mac, here are ten of the most useful and enjoyable apps you could employ — all of which are very easy on the eyes.
It’s an odd Friday when there’s such a lean selection of free apps. Still, you’ll find some intriguing new games, a Mac app that will turn your photos into ASCII-style text art, and an interactive art app based on particle animations.
Lion is bringing 250 changes to your Mac, representing a fundamental shift in how you interact with your computer. You’ve probably heard that Lion is going to make your Mac more iPad-like, and that OS X and iOS could be starting down the path toward eventually merging into a single operating system for all Apple […]
Is it a backup? Is it a streaming media service? Just what is iCloud? Yesterday, the Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with Steve Jobs’ usual Apple keynote, in which he covered three major new platforms for consumers: OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud. That last oneÂ is probably destined to dominate the headlines, and for […]
Ready to tame your Inbox? Bend it to your will? Make it work for you, instead of against you? Apple’s default email program, Mail, is a more robust piece of software than it often gets credit for. Yet its Inbox still tends to suck up its user’s life instead of simplifying it. If you’re ready […]
Why would Apple change its longstanding policy of announcing major new products only during one of Steve Jobs’ famous keynote presentations? In a briefly-worded press release, Apple announced today that at next week’s WWDC, Jobs will show off OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud for the first time ever.Â Monday, June 6th at 10:AM Pacific, […]
iOS apps are Apple’s big moneymaker. Yet it’s a completely closed system; you can only fill your iOS device with apps from the iTunes App Store. You can’t go to any other website or store and buy apps for your iPhone or iPad. Can you just imagine how much other retailers out there wish they […]
The Mac OS X Clipboard is an essential tool. Where would we be without the ability to copy-and-paste? Yet its also remarkably rigid. You can’t copy more than one item at a time, for example. Nor can you customize how clips are stored or what kinds of things you want to keep indefinitely. Here are […]