OS X Lion could drop any day now. We could be mere hours away. And there’s one feature that a lot of Lion users are going to want to switch off pretty much immediately. Here’s how.
It’s slim pickings today for quality free apps, but I found a handful of gems that might just be worthy of your time.
Moom might just be the best little accessory for your Mac that you never knew you needed. Once you use it, you’ll never want to live without it.
Happy 4th of July! Enjoy these free apps that developers have chosen to give away just for the holiday!
According to Apple, there are now 100,000 iPad apps in the iTunes App Store. (And you know, gazillions of iPhone apps.) Good thing you’ve got AppleGazette to sort through them so you don’t have to.
It’s almost all games in today’s batch of free apps, with something for just about everybody. Jigsaw puzzler lovers have just hit the jackpot!
Apple’s line of MacBooks (the white plastic ones), MacBooks Airs, and Mac Minis are due for new models with upgraded technology under the hood. MacBooks in particular are overdue for a refresh, since it was May of last year that Apple last introduced new models.
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!