If all your songs were bought from iTunes, your library is already in good shape. But if you’ve ever dabbled in downloads from other sources (remember the good old days of Napster?), you know what a mess digital files can be. Your best friend might be the master of mixtapes, but he somehow still hasn’t learned to give you properly tagged MP3 files. You can spend hours correcting stuff by hand, or let Tagalicious give it a go.
It's long been assumed that PopCap Games was hard at work in their Seatlle-based headquarters on a new Plants vs Zombies game. However, today we found out that the next Plants vs Zombies game is taking a completely unexpected form. Not only will it diverge from its single-player roots, but it will also be debuting exclusively in China.
Many of us don’t give the Mac OS X Dock a second thought beyond clicking icons to open our most frequently used applications or accessing the Trash to retrieve a file we decided to keep -- which is too bad, because the Dock holds a number of hidden features to make you more productive.
If you've waited an entire minute for Outlook to open, or fought with Mail's screen-spanning interface, you might have longed for a better way. Light, flexible Sparrow could be your answer. Its interface looks sparse, with a Twitter-esque inbox window where you can double-click messages to open them in their own windows, or in a drawer that slides out to the right. And that's just the beginning of Sparrow's flexibility.
Assuming the rapture doesn’t take you on May 21, Apple could have something exciting brewing for Sunday, May 22 after an early morning Apple Store meeting with employees. Could it be the company’s annual back to school promotion?
If you've ever had your online accounts "hacked" into, you know how imperative it is to protect yourself when you're using a public computer.
The first line of defense can be your browsing habits. When using a public, or friend's computer, you should always use private browsing mode, or at least clear your browsing history before leaving. In fact, there are times when you need to erase, or hide, your browsing history at home. Hey, maybe you're shopping for something special for someone that lives with you. We're not here to judge.
Radium isn't an “app” in the usual sense. Instead it inhabits your menu bar for quick access to your favorite streaming radio stations. Just do a search and blammo, your favorite station is playing. The app features an equalizer that helps deal with the quality of internet streams, and the History feature has iTunes Store links to the songs you listened to.
You wouldn't know it from looking at the cartoonish, hand-painted aesthetic or the colorful animals that ride in the back of the titular vehicle, but recent App Store release Snuggle Truck was originally smacked down by Apple's review board. What could possibly earn this adorable game such scrutiny? Turns out that the first version of the game was called Smuggle Truck, and rather than escort cute creatures to the zoo, you aided illegal immigrants by driving them over hazards and across the border.
Over the course of 10 generations, Apple has turned the quaint music player software into a veritable media monolith -- complete with apps, video, books and even a virtual storefront where you can buy them all. But with each new version, subtle new features are often introduced and overlooked by the average user.
Don’t know what’s going on under the hood? Space Gremlin will investigate for you and return a detailed report. The app scans your hard drive, then delivers an easily navigated tree-map grid of your file system that displays which applications are occupying the most space and which folders are suffering from extreme bloat, with overlays that provide essential feedback.