Mac Apps

Experimental Dropbox build for Mac adds new move options, import from iPhoto and more

Dropbox has dropped a new experimental build for the Mac that adds new move to Dropbox menu options, importing from iPhoto and screenshot upload. The new build is available to download via the official Dropbox forums for Mac users to try out ahead of a general release in the future.

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Airmail for Mac review: Sparrow lamenters rejoice, an even better solution is here!

Airmail for Mac is a new third party mail client that not only supports a plethora of account types, but is also one of the most visually appealing email apps for Mac I've ever used. For users who are still clutching onto Sparrow while waiting for a viable alternative, you may just find your solution in Airmail.

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1Password 4 for the Mac on the way, sign up to beta test it now!

The new 1Password 4 for Mac is on the way, and you can sign up to help test it out in the private beta now! 1Password 4 launched for iOS in late 2012 and brought a stack of new features to the popular password management tool, that now finally will be on the way to the desktop version.

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Evernote updates brings reminders to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Evernote for iPhone, iPad, and Mac have been updated today, adding a feature long requested by many users: reminders. Users can now click or tap the small alarm clock icon to add a reminder to any of their notes, which will pin those notes to the top of their note list in a new Reminders section, which can be manually reordered.

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Voice search activated in latest Google Chrome update for Mac

Shown off last week during the Google I/O keynote for the first time, the latest stable channel update to Google Chrome for Mac brings with it the voice search functionality. The full contextual search doesn't yet seem active, but basic click, ask a question, get a response voice search is up and running and ready for your searches.

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mSecure for iOS and Mac 50% off for a limited time, and now comes with iCloud sync!

Password managers are a mightily useful thing to have around, but at the same time they're not the most affordable apps for your iOS devices or your Mac. It's tough to put a price on security, but if you've been holding off for a sale then mSecure might be just what you're looking for. For a limited time, both iOS and Mac versions are 50% off their regular price, and with the latest updates iCloud sync is now also included!

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iMovie for Mac now works better with your iMovie for iOS projects

It's been a while since Apple last pushed out an update to iMovie for Mac, but the latest one currently pushing out should make it better to work with your iMovie for iOS projects on your Mac. The update isn't particularly sizeable -- it downloaded just over 22MB for me -- but promises stability improvements and improves compatibility for projects imported from iMovie for iOS.

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OneSafe password manager comes to the Mac, sync across your devices with iCloud

If you use a lot of passwords, a secure password manager can be indispensable. Since 2011, one such option for iOS users has been oneSafe. Keeping your passwords safe and synced across your iPhone and iPad is great, but until now oneSafe has been lacking in one area. That though changes with the launch of the brand new oneSafe app for the Mac.

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Pixelmator for Mac gets a major update, over 100 new features and improvements

Popular Mac photo editing application Pixelmato, has just received a major update pushed out via the Mac App Store. The Pixelmator team has been teasing the update -- known as 2.2 Blueberry -- in recent days on their blog, but today it has pushed out complete with over 100 new features and improvements.

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Spark Inspector review: Audacious real-time debugging for iOS that might just be too audacious

Spark Inspector, by Foundry376 and J. Benjamin Gotow, brings a new approach to debugging, offering developers the ability to view their apps in an exploded 3D model, as well as change characteristics of elements on the fly, without the need to recompile. Often times apps appear to be relatively flat, two-dimensional beings. After all, they are displayed on a flat glass screen. However, developers and designers (as well as many users) are well aware that apps are made up of a series of layers, with many elements changing states, hiding some layers while revealing others. This can make it difficult to understand how an app is composed and what elements you’re interacting with, even for developers. So, can Spark Inspector help? Let's find out!

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