Featuring a diverse mix of smart, funny, and thought-provoking games, this week’s batch of AppStore titles is sure to give your mind a workout. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, for example, will make you nostalgic as you play through some classic battles the series is known for. Continue your interactive journey and make more critical decisions in Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. Or why not put your logic and reasoning skills to the test in games like Rebus and The Trace? Lots of other great games made our list too, so read on and see what you should be downloading.
There are a few Mac minis in various configurations at the Apple refurb shop, but we chose just one this week: the best deal and the kickingest configuration. We've also got Airs and an iMac worth your cash, plus a few items for those of you sporting iOS devices. Let's go check it out.
Before OneNote soared onto the Mac App Store in early 2014, OS X users were left out of Microsoft’s digital notebook party. Paid solutions like Outline came to the rescue, offering OneNote support for Apple users. But with OneNote on Mac and iOS now, does it still make sense to shell out hard-earned cash for a third-party app? The answer is mostly yes.
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Apple may want us to believe that the upcoming MacBook Air won't be able to handle external 4K monitors, but it seems it's actually selling itself short. Oh, Apple — don't be so humble! In other news, there's already another channel available for Apple TV, and gold Apple Watch buyers can expect 30-minute appointments come April 10.
Since Preview is the default app for opening images and PDFs, it’s often not taken as seriously as it should be. Preview is fast, powerful, and versatile, and this tutorial will show you just what it’s capable of.
Rebelsauce is best known for its film-style presets for Lightroom on the Mac. Now those presets have come to the iPhone, enabling you to give your crisp digital shots a bit of life and character. This free app includes 36 filters, and you can buy packs of between 10 and 15 additional filters for 99¢ a pop, or the full collection for $5.99 — which, as usual, is the cheapest way to do things.
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In today's Apple Daily, Apple adds three new channels to the already impressive lineup for Apple TV. In other news, Apple's shipping out free decals to place on your windows and cash registers if you use Apple Pay at your business.
Fourteen years ago, OS X was unleashed on the world. It was before Apple started branding it with cats (though its internal code name was Cheetah) and could only be run by Macs that had a hefty 128 MB of RAM. It didn't have much meaningful developer support and it shipped (in a box!) with a ton of bugs (and no DVD player). It cost $129. And it changed everything.
Mischief may not be as well known in digital-painting circles as Adobe or Corel, but that is about to change. What sets it apart from similar apps such as Painter or Sketchbook Pro is its infinite canvas. Artwork is no longer restricted to a landscape or portrait orientation, or set size and resolution. You can work at any size and zoom in/out with its “trillion times zoom” without your artwork losing quality or lines becoming pixellated.
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Photos that accidentally appeared on Apple's online store this weekend suggest that the Cupertino company might be ready to unveil a significant update to its beloved wireless keyboard. In other news, a couple of cool new features were discovered lurking in the beta for iOS 8.3.
This week's New App Recap is almost entirely about having fun — whether it's finding a new movie to see, creating a social photo wall with party guests, assembling messages with friends into a shareable video, or turning iPhone photos into unique wood prints suitable for displaying on your shelf or refrigerator. We'll also tell you how to get classic Atari games for free just by exercising, and an Apple Pay competitor that finally joins the Touch ID party. It's all here in our spring fever app recap!
Every Monday we show you how to do something quick and cool with Mac OS X. Sometimes it's a tutorial on a lesser-known feature, other times it's a trick that uses built-in functionality such as Terminal — either way, these simple tips can make life better and easier, and they don’t require any special knowledge. All you need to do is follow the instructions!
Last week, we talked about how to flush your DNS cache on your Mac should you have trouble connecting to certain websites or have other network difficulties within OS X. This week, we want to take another look at DNS, and specifically see how we can utilize discoveryutil to find additional details out about the DNS caches in OS X.