Apple's TestFlight software is now available on macOS, allowing developers to test-drive beta versions of their Mac apps before they are released publicly.
A new Twitter test will let you report misleading tweets, starting with some customers in a few countries, including the United States and Australia, before releasing the feature publicly.
1Password 8, the next major iteration to the popular password manager, is now available for testing on macOS ahead of its public release on Mac and Windows later this year.
The iOS file transfer and management tool iMazing was updated with the ability to detect Pegasus spyware on your iPhone and iPad, potentially boosting your privacy should you ever find yourself targeted by a totalitarian government or law enforcement agency.
We previously wrote about Doppler for iPhone, an excellent alternative to Apple’s Music app that ships with many interesting, unique features. Today, developer Ed Wellbrook of BrushedType launched Doppler for Mac, a truly native macOS music player.
Pixelmator Pro's new ML Crop feature takes advantage of artificial intelligence to provide suggestions for eye-catching ways to crop your photos in the latest update.
WhatsApp makes switching platforms a pain— for instance, the ability to transfer WhatsApp chats and media from your Android phone to a new iPhone is unsupported. The good news is, WhatsApp transfer doesn't need to be difficult provided you have the right tool for the job.
The excellent Pixelmator Pro image editor has received a major new feature in the latest update, the ability to work with industry-standard LUT preset files for color calibration.
Whether you own a blog, are introducing a service, or building a product, you’ll need a logo. This visual representation of your brand is key to recognition. And if you’re just starting out, you may not have the budget for a professional designer.
You can use simple and free apps on your computer for creating logos. This gives you a great start to a visual you can build on and evolve over time. Check out this list of free logo makers for Mac and see which one has the features you want to create an outstanding logo.
You can certainly use the built-in Mail app on your Mac for Gmail. But maybe you’re not a fan of Apple’s Mail app or want other features. And you can access your Gmail online. But this isn’t always convenient for a quick inbox check.
With apps that were developed for use with Google’s Gmail, you can enjoy an experience different than Mail while still using a desktop app instead of the web. If Gmail is your primary email account and you want an app that fits it perfectly, check out these free Gmail apps for Mac.
While you can use a journal on your iPhone and iPad, and certainly write in a physical diary, there are advantages to journaling on your Mac.
First, if you sit down at your computer every day anyway, you can easily take a few moments to jot down your thoughts when you take a break. Second, it’s a comfortable way to journal. Many people these days prefer typing over writing. So using a nice keyboard rather than a pen or smaller mobile device keyboard is easier. And finally, there are some terrific journaling apps for Mac that make the process really enjoyable. You can use photos and formatting or enjoy a simplistic experience.
So if you’re ready, we’ll show you some of the best apps for journaling on your Mac.
For adults, coloring can be a nice stress relief and for kids, coloring is a fun way to get creative. We’ve shown you some awesome coloring book apps for iPhone and iPad, but what about Mac?
Maybe you want a short relaxing break from your workday without delving into an involved game. Maybe you want to let your child enjoy some computer time with something artistic. These coloring apps for both adults and kids let you all have a bit of fun on the computer.