Let’s assume you unwrapped a brand new Mac this year (awesome!) or scored a ton of iTunes/iBooks/App Store credit (still awesome!) and you need ideas for awesome apps to buy and check out for your new MacBook or iMac. Tons of new apps have launched on the Mac this year and even more have added new features […]
Popular music tool djay Pro has made the leap from iOS to OS X with a new app on the Mac App Store, competing with the likes of Traktor. In addition, TurboTax on Thursday introduced an all-new iOS app ahead of tax season, allowing taxpayers to conveniently file wherever they are.
Three hefty updates hit the Mac and iOS App Stores this week, as popular Apple-centric image editor Pixelmator added a number of new features and performance fixes on both the iPad and Mac, while third-party iOS keyboard Fleksy introduced extensions and usability improvements.
Chromebooks are fantastic machines. As the quality of the apps in the Chrome Web Store improves they’re becoming increasingly capable of doing everything that your primary PC or Mac can do, but for a fraction of the cost. Their security,...Show More Summary
If you bought a Mac from 2013 on, you can download the iWork suite of apps — Pages, Keynote, and Numbers — from the Mac App Store absolutely free. But what if you bought an older Mac? You have to … Read more ›
Originally release on PC in late 2013, and Mac/Linux in early 2014, Lucas Pope's Papers, Please [$5.99 (HD)] is an incredibly well received indie game where you play as an officer working at a border checkpoint in the dystopian country of Arstotzka. Gameplay involves checking the documents of people trying to enter the country, and
On Monday, we reported that Apple has yanked Transmit from the App Store over a weird iCloud Drive rule. The app, from beloved Mac and iOS developer Panic, allowed you to upload content from iCloud Drive, which is seemingly obvious … Read more ›
If you haven't played Papers, Please, I don't really blame you as it's a PC/Mac game and this is (obviously) an iOS site. It's a real weird game that's hard to describe. The core of it is the incredibly repetitive task of checking passports in a dystopian future. Things happen though, which I'm really reluctant
Written by Ronald Lye In recent years, thanks to the growing popularity of the Mac, the launch of the Mac App Store, and Steam’s availability on Mac, users have been inundated with brand new gaming options. Previously, most of the popular games were only released on Windows, and Mac users had to install virtual Windows [...]
Popular games marketplace Steam just announced its own live streaming feature to compete with Twitch. Steam is basically an app store for PC and Mac games. It's calling the new feature "Broadcasting," according to The Next Web. With over 100 million active users, Steam is already a hub for gamers using a PC or Mac instead of a game console. Show More Summary
Though it's not quite Friday, and many of you are still waiting to dig in to Thanksgiving dinners with family, many retailers are kicking off their Black Friday sales early this year. Stores like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, where some of the best deals are to be had, will be opening their doors to shoppers as early as 5 p.m. Show More Summary
If you open the Mac App Store right now and do a search for “twitter,” you’ll find results just like the ones in the image above. You may recognize the official Twitter app along with some of the most popular and prolific third-party clients. Right below Twitter for Mac you’ll find Twitterrific. Twitterrific has been […]
Shoppers that purchase some of Apple's most popular products on Friday will also receive a Product (RED) gift card that can be used on the U.S. iTunes Store, Mac App Store, App Store, or iBooks Store.
The iOS App Store drove the iPhone and iPad to unprecedented success, but porting the concept to the Mac hasn't gone so smoothly. Chalk it up to good timing, but hardly anyone expected serious problems for Apple's Mac App Store when it opened its doors in early 2011. Read Full Story
The Apple iTunes and Mac App Stores have converted from labeling games with in-app purchases as "free," instead inviting you to "get" them. As TechCrunch reports, this follows a similar change by Google under pressure from the European...
Apple is starting to push out its OS X 10.10.2 Yosemite beta to developers today, bringing the build number to 14C68k. The update is now available in the Mac App Store if you're a developer or in the AppleSeed program. Apple did not list the changes that the 10.10.2 beta brings, but the update arrives just days after the release of 10.10.1 earlier this week.
From now on free-to-download Mac App Store and iTunes apps will no longer be labelled ‘Free’, the button that starts the download is now labelled ‘Get’. Why is this? Well the change comes due to pressure from the European Commission,...Show More Summary
In addition to clearly marking which iOS and OS X apps in the App Store and Mac App Store have in-app purchase options, Apple has taken one more important step towards ensuring that customers know exactly what apps they’re downloading, as first spotted by MacRumors. Show More Summary
Next time you go to download an app in the Mac or iOS App Store, you'll notice that apps not requiring an upfront payment no longer say 'Free.' Instead, they sat 'Get.' Here's why. Read more...
If you're searching on either the Mac or iOS App Stores today, you might notice a little change in the way Apple labels free apps. Before, even if such an app contained costly upgrades, it would carry the label 'Free.' However, following the...