Don't-Miss App Stories
Microsoft's Office for Apple's iPad tablet is a beautiful hybrid of form and function, competing with and even outdoing Apple's iWork suite.
AlarmPad beats most other alarm apps by giving you at-a-glance smart context.
Sometimes the situation merits actual physical photos with real words printed on them. But you can still do it all right from your phone!
Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell spent an afternoon sketching with FiftyThree's new Paper 1.6.1 update. Here's what she likes (and what still needs work).
Got enough stress in your life? Looking for a nice game to help you relax? Lyne is a puzzle game catering to stressed-out iOS gaming fans.
The basic Calculator app is good for simple calculations, but if it’s a full-featured scientific calculator you want, there’s no better app than PCalc.
The novelty of the app's contextually aware Home screens tends to wear off after a while.
This note-taking app has a super smart predictive keyboard and syncs with Evernote.
After eight months without a major update, the Dark Sky Company's weather app is back and better than ever.
When it's too cold out for the real thing, there's always your phone.
iPhone light meter app does what standard gadgets can do in calibrating the light on your subject to suggest the best settings for your shot.
Use this app to adjust the focus point of your iPhone photos after you shoot them.