Occasionally, we get to test some pretty suave iPhone apps. We think the ideal iPhone app should:
Time tracking is something almost anyone who works as a Freelancer, or on a contract basis will need to do at some point.
Daylite is a complete business manager app for the Mac. The developers refer to Daylite as a complete Productivity Suite. Because it is.
Our review today is of CleanMyMac or Clean My Mac is basically ONYX for mac, but you have to pay $29.95 for it. (Short summery: We highly recommend the free, ONYX for Leopard or Snow Leopard, its the one we all use) Claiming to be a clever piece of software designed to be an “all-in-one-suite [...]
A week or so ago we reviewed MailPlane via the magic of Screen-casting. We’re back again with a written review, for those of you who like to read more so than watch. Thanks to MailPlane for supporting our review of MailPlane. Download and Install Installing Mailplane is very, very easy. All you need to do [...]
This week marks the launch of CreatePDF, a new app from the makers of the popular Adobe Acrobat. Adobe‘s app, designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPhone Touch is built to open documents in various formats, then easily covert them to PDFs.
We can’t avoid it: it’s back-to-school time. And although we might not love it, we can love what comes with the territory: an excuse to get new stuff.
The latest release of Postbox is now compatible with OS X Lion, along with styling to all Postbox 2 users on the Mac platform.
Today we review the remote login app for the iPhone – LogMeIn Ignition, available now on the App store and connecting you to your mac anywhere.
If like us, you often need to create screen casts (in our case for our YouTube video reviews) you’ll want a solid, reliable and easy to use screen recording app.