Call them the best apps or the most essential. These are the third-party apps we recommend the most for your Mac.
The Lickable Menu Bar app returns the skeuomorphic look of yesteryear, available as a free download from the Mac App Store.
Steam's famous winter sale has started and there are some great titles to grab for Mac gamers.
If you want a specific app to open when you perform a certain action (like clicking a file), you can set it as the default. Here's how.
Total War: PHARAOH is the latest historical title in the Total War series, we put the Mac version through its paces to see what's what.
Microsoft has announced that it is ending support for Visual Studio 2022, recommending developers use a Windows 11 VM instead.
Meta has released a big update to WhatsApp on Mac, with a redesign and better ways to make group calls.
Apple has released a new build of its Safari Preview, where you can use Profiles and a better private browsing mode before Sonoma arrives.
Parallels 19 brings a fresh look, better support for OpenGL, and is fully compatible with macOS 14 Sonoma.
To mark its 100th version, Opera has replaced its original browser with Opera One - a redesign from top to bottom.
Use Parallels Desktop 18 on your Mac to run Windows 11 easily and efficiently. Here's how to install Windows 11 on Mac.
The version of Telegram available on the Mac App Store has a vulnerability that opens up your camera and mic to hacks.
Apple's Safari web browser is now the second most popular desktop web browser behind Google's Chrome, beating Microsoft Edge into third place.
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