You may not have noticed it with everything else going on Tuesday, but Apple quietly put OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 out to pasture, at least from the Mac App Store -- but those who need it can still purchase it directly from Apple's website.
In case you haven't noticed, we're big fans of apps, be they Mac or iOS, and this week was overflowing with updates to many of our favorites, not to mention a whole new operating system for OS X. But if you though the app train stopped after Tuesday, think again: There's still plenty of cool new stuff coming down the pike, and here are some updates to get you into the weekend...
There are plenty of ways to enhance digital photos using a Mac, but few of them are truly focused on the small details — a mission the makers of Snapheal hope to accomplish with their latest application.
When is free not exactly “free”? Apparently, Apple’s iWork and iLife apps fall into this category, given that they come with one big “gotcha”: You’ll need to purchase a new Mac or iOS device to get them free, and you'll only receive the apps for that given platform. But it seems Cupertino may have left a loophole for at least three of those apps on the Mac, and our Wednesday recap explains how it works.
We don’t blame you if yesterday’s Apple special event felt a little overwhelming — after all, in the hours following the keynote, the company pushed out a record number of app updates for both iOS and Mac, and here’s a complete list.
While most of the focus of yesterday’s attention was on free iLife and iWork apps, Apple also quietly rolled out a big update to Aperture, while a third-party image editor likewise received a juicy new update.
Following a rousing kickoff by CEO Tim Cook, Apple software boss Craig Federighi took the stage in San Francisco to reintroduce the latest version of Mac OS X, which Cupertino will begin shipping today.
Well here's a nice surprise to round out the week: OS X Mavericks 10.9 has now hit gold master status, which means a formal release could hit the Mac App Store whenever Cupertino decides to pull the trigger.
The folks at AgileBits are popping the cork on any number of champagne bottles this morning as the biggest version of its 1Password for Mac application finally shifts out of beta and onto the hard drives of users everywhere.
When you're seeking a quick burst of interactive entertainment on your Mac, there's no place more convenient to find it than the built-in Mac App Store. While its diverse offerings include the latest and greatest big-budget affairs at appropriately sizable prices, Apple's Mac storefront also features a wide array of low-priced offerings. Not all such offerings are worthwhile affairs, but many thankfully are, and we've scoured the listings to find the best of the bunch. Check out our picks below for the 25 best Mac App Store games available today, and be sure to keep an eye out as we update this list in the months to come.