Today there’s a trio of great travel guides, a picture-and-music slideshow maker, a “magic” music toy, some learning tools for kids, and more free games than you can handle.
It’s hard to believe that iTunes started out as a meager music store. Today, it’s a full-on media player, all-in-one store for everything on your iOS devices, and even a file manager. The years have not been kind to this bloated program, but here are some addons to make iTunes stop sucking.
Don’t miss the terrific Death Rally in today’s games, along with some fun music utilities, and loads more. 30 free apps and 4 free songs!
Starting today, Free Apps of the Day now includes the latest free eBooks, Music, and TV Episodes available in the iTunes Store — in addition to more free apps than you can shake a stick at!
Apple has released what is most likely to be its final update to Snow Leopard — an update who’s chief purpose is to prepare your computer for Lion’s imminent arrival. Time to update!
Boy, is it a good day for gamers! You’ll find a full slate of free games to keep you busy in today’s list, along with some nifty tools to help you do all sorts of cool things.
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.