Sign in to apps, websites, and services with one master password.
Safari takes advantage of Apple-specific features to offer a very usable Web browser.
See Download's selection digital-photo apps.
Apple at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference this morning took the wraps off iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra, the next major revisions of its mobile and desktop operating systems.Read more »
The psych pop frontman gushes about his favorite recording software, social media apps, and emoji, and the app he'd invent to save humanity.Read more »
Google Lens comes to Google Assistant and Google Home and Google Photos get major updates.Read more »
Amazon gives its virtual home assistant a big upgrade, at no cost.Read more »
Youtube TV, Hulu, Netflix, and Sling TV fight for your eyeballs.Read more »
A Spotify challenger appears; Earth gets its first mobile update in 2.5 years.Read more »
The war of the streaming services rages on, Hulu condenses TV shows to eight seconds, and a popular animation app comes to iOS.Read more »
The Unarchiver is a handy, free replacement for the MacOS stock Archive Utility.
It's a music service, app store, media-asset manager, podcast player, CD burner -- it's iTunes for Mac, and it's just as exasperating as helpful.
With Minecraft, the wildly popular lo-fi sandbox game, you can explore maps, fight (or avoid) mobs, build automated contraptions, and design structures, by yourself or with friends.
Apple's Photos for MacOS provides a solid range of editing tools but shines in its ability to organize images using facial, object, and scene recognition.
Apple's Safari for MacOS hits all the browser bases -- search, bookmarking, and so on -- but takes advantage of a few Apple-specific features to offer a very usable Web browser.
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