Apple on Thursday released a new version of GarageBand for the Mac, improving support for recent companion apps on iOS, and greatly increasing the number of samples available to musicians.
Apple has updated GarageBand for Mac, bringing better compatibility with Live Loops projects created in the iPhone and iPad version of the app. Additionally, GarageBand for Mac can now also open projects from Apple's Music Memos iOS recording app. Show More Summary
There’s a nice GarageBand for OS X update out now awaiting Mac users. GarageBand 10.1.1 on the Mac gains the ability to work with Apple’s other music-related iPhone and iPad apps, plus the update adds over 2,600 new Apple Loops and sounds to work with, Apple says. more… Filed under: Apps, Mac Tagged: GarageBand
There aren’t a lot of apps I use regularly on my Apple Watch. The ones that I do use regularly consist of utilities that make my life easier, or apps that help me track things, like water intake or how many tasks I have left for the day. One of my favorite utilizes is MacID, […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
In addition to launching new versions of its TextExpander app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad, Smile Software has launched its first beta of TextExpander for Windows. TextExpander allows you to create small snippets of text that expand into larger blocks when you type the snippet. You'll need Windows 7 or later in order to run the beta....
Smile, the developers of text-expansion tool TextExpander, have launched a brand new version of the app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. While the apps all sport a new look and feel, the big new is the launch of TextExpander.com, which allows you to sync and manage your snippets on the web for a small monthly price. Show More Summary
TextExpander, a popular Mac app for creating quick keyboard phrase shortcuts, made a big change today as it released the latest version of its app: you’ll now need to pay a monthly fee. Until today, the app’s development was funded by charging for each major upgrade – version 5, for example, cost a one-time fee of $19.95. Show More Summary
Disclosure: I am a style author and advisor for Priime. One of my favorite ways to edit photos on my iPhone the past year has been with the Priime app for iOS. In addition to being one of the style creators for Priime, I’ve enjoyed utilizing the custom styles created by so many other talented […]
From 9to5Toys Specials: If you’re serious about writing, Scrivener is a great investment. Used by many bestselling authors, this wordsmith’s toolbox is currently $22.50 for Mac Unlike your regular office suite, Scrivener is set up for long-form and creative writing. Show More Summary
An update to 1Password for Mac (an app everyone should be using because it’s awesome) introduces better data transfer when you switch from another service and better intelligence for website visits. 1Password’s brain — which tries to remember what websites you visit so it can suggest passwords — is a bit brighter with the update to version 6.2. Show More Summary
Are you looking for a new email client for your Mac because you’re tired of Apple Mail? Many third-party clients are worth considering, each packed with features either missing or lacking in Mail.app. Let’s take a look at what features you’re missing out on, and which clients do them the best. Show More Summary
Simplenote is a popular note taking app for Mac and various mobile operating systems that is now also available for Windows and Linux. Windows users have quite a few options at their disposal to jot down some notes, from plain text files to sophisticated note taking applications with tagging and markdown support. Show More Summary
Microsoft OneNote has been one of our favorite note-taking apps for years, and it keeps getting better. The app is completely free to install on your Mac or Windows desktop and lets you format notes any way you wish in an intuitive digital notebook interface. Here’s how to get started with OneNote and take your notes to the next level. Read more...
The Internet browser is perhaps the most important app on your operating system. Apple makes its own, Safari, and bundles it with OS X. But that doesn’t mean it’s the only browser you should use. There are plenty of third-party browsers on Mac that are worth a shot. Show More Summary
As part of Microsoft's Build 2016 developer conference, the company revealed that Office users on the Mac will soon be able to access the many third-party add-in programs that have been released for those apps. Microsoft stated: Since...Show More Summary
Mac users will soon be able to do a lot more with Microsoft Office. Add-ins, extensions that allow third-party apps to run inside Office, will soon roll out to Mac versions of the Office suite. Support for the plugins will be available...Show More Summary
Back in February, Microsoft announced it was acquiring Xamarin, the cross-platform toolkit which allows developers to write native apps for iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac, using Visual Studio and C# code. Today during the Build day 2...Show More Summary
Your Mac can do a lot right out of the box, but it can do more. A lot more. Look no further than these four premium apps for expanding the utility of your favorite computing machine. We’ve found big savings on apps for remaining distraction free while working, saving or working with online video, keeping […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Microsoft yesterday released an update for Remote Desktop client preview app for Mac with many new features like Multiple monitor support, Copy and Paste files support and more. Read about it in detail below. Multiple monitor support The preview app now supports the ability to use multiple monitors in your remote session. You can enable […]
Mac: Fantastical 2 is a powerful (but pricey) calendar app for Mac, and today it’s getting a lot better for business users with complete support for Exchange servers. Alongside that, it comes with a handful of new features for everyone else. Read more...