Sometimes you want, or more appropriately, need to keep an eye on things. To that end, a Mac equipped with a built-in FaceTime camera or another webcam can help, but only if you have the right software installed. ZipZapMac's Periscope Pro can help you surveil your Mac's surroundings.
If you've ever gotten that error message on your Mac, you know what a headache it can be. It can keep your Mac from running, at least until you've moved or deleted enough files for it to work again. A utility called Disk Alarm can help you head off disk space problems before you're in a crisis.
Typed is a new text editor for the Mac from RealMac Software, the makers of RapidWeaver, Clear and Ember. If you're looking for a simple Mac text editor that will just get out of your way, give it a try.
GiHub for Mac is a pretty powerful tool that has always aimed to make code sharing easier for all and now, it has taken that to the next level with the release of a an even simpler, faster GitHub for Mac. The update is noted as a significant one that brings a simplified navigation and a renewed focus on your cloned repositories.
Popular iPhone and iPad calendar, Sunrise, has today made the leap to the desktop with the launch of a brand new Mac version. If you're familiar with Sunrise on iOS, or if you're just a little bored with the stock Mavericks calendar app then you'll want to take a look at Sunrise. Here's what we're looking at:
The best todo apps for Mac from creating shopping lists to managing projects, to just plain getting stuff done
Looking for the best Mac apps to help you stay organized and on task? We spend a good majority of our lives checking off todo lists. Whether that's buying groceries or finishing assignments or scheduling projects, keeping everything straight and getting things done in the most time effective way possible can sometimes be a task in and of itself. If you're a Mac user, there are lots of apps available that can help you organize the chaos. Most even have iOS counterparts to keep you productive on the go too. Todo apps can come with a high price tag, however, so it can be hard to decide on which one to go with. Which todo apps for Mac really are the best?
Pixelmator's previously previewed 3.2 update – known as 'Sandstone'– is now live in the Mac App Store bringing with it among other features the brand new, and very hot Repair tool. With it you can simply 'paint' over areas of the image you're working on to remove blemises, even entire objects with ease.
Unlike my iPhone and iPad which are used a lot for leisure purposes besides work, my Mac is predominantly work focused. It's where I spend most of my working days and so many of the apps that reside on my dock are those which I use the most.
I'm not one for overloading my Mac dock, so the apps that are on there are genuinely the ones I need the most throughout the day. So, following on from other members of the iMore team, here's what's on my Mac dock and why.
If you fancy using iMovie 10 on your Mac, it's time to fire up the App Store and grab the latest update. Getting bumped into v10.0.3, this release is not only for bug fixes and usability improvements but it also adds a few new features that some folks are sure to like such as font size and color changing in the new titles, options to sort events in the sidebar by date and more. We've got the full list for you.