Mac

 
Fantastical 2: I Paid $40 for a Calendar App and I Didn’t Regret It.

I’ve been a Fantastical user for several years now. It has a reserved spot on my Macs’ menu bar for one reason and one reason alone: it supports natural language …

 
Review: Seatech Panasonic DVD drive

Contrary to what the folks in Cupertino might think, DVDs aren’t exactly dead just yet. At least not for me. I have stacks of films and concerts in DVD format. …

 
A Quick Look at Yiynova’s v2.0 Mac Drivers

If the recent interview with Yiynova’s founder Morris Wang is any indication, the market is about to get even more competitive and exciting in the digital drawing hardware space. Long …

 
How I Use DropZone

Like most Mac users, I have frequently used folders and files that I need immediate access to. DropZone 3, by Aptic Software, gives me that, and much more, by organizing …

 
First Impressions: Disk Warrior 5.0

Alsoft’s DiskWarrior was getting so long in the tooth, I thought the program had been quietly put out to pasture. The venerable Mac disk repair utility had its last major …

 
A Non-Holiday Guide to My Favorite Mac and iOS apps of 2014

December is that time of year where nearly every website has its “best of” or “roundup” lists to close out the year. It seems like a logical time to reflect, …