Logging in and out of my MacBook Pro has edver been a real problem. I mean let’s be honest, there’s nothing particularly complicated about punching in a password every time you want to log on and off your computer. (Unless you keep a long, super-secure password, in which case it’s going to be a real […]
Duet is an app for iOS that turns your iPad into a lag-free, high resolution secondary display that’s an absolute pleasure to use.
The Good: Shallow learning curve, good automation features, good looking. The Bad: Slightly puzzling UI. The Bottom Line: A great introduction to automation, with an occasional cause for initial confusion. Trusty old Automator. It has been a steadfast ever-present in OS X since Tiger 10.4, offering to make instant workflows out of the repetitive tasks […]
Want to change your wireless channel for a better network connection? Here’s how to use the WiFi Scanner on OS X Yosemite to find the best one for you.
Realmac, the same indie studio behind apps such as Ember, Clear and RapidWeaver recently released Typed — their vision of the ideal Markdown editor for the Mac. Realmac’s goal with Typed was to provide a minimal, distraction free Markdown editor that made writing a joy, and despite my abundance of text editors, I was more […]
Pixelmator is a lightweight and modestly priced image editing application for Mac OS X. If you’re after a more affordable and easier to use image editor, read our review here.
Reformator packs a serious punch, features wise, for such a modest retail price. From the high-quality adjustments to the frictionless workflow, it adds up to what a great utility app should be — barely there.
PhotoSweeper is powerful duplicate photo cleaner that has been designed purely for comparing images and removing duplicates. But does the simplicity equate to an overly limited workflow? I went hands on to find out…
Currently featured in the Mac App Store, Blogo is an app for OS X claims to be the “easiest and fastest way to write, publish and manage multiple blogs”.
If you want a way to quickly and easily archive mail on Mac OS X with the press of a button (or two, or three), here’s how.