Whew! It's only Thursday, but it feels like we've already experienced a full week after hitting the ground running in Los Angeles on Monday and Tuesday at Adobe MAX 2013. There's been a number of notable product introductions over the last few days you might have missed, so here's a quick recap of a handful of those while we catch our breath.
Adobe kicked off its annual MAX conference in Los Angeles over the weekend, and MacLife.com was in attendance for the keynote address introducing the next generation of the company's creative applications.
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Oh, Blockbuster… it seems like no matter what you do, you just can't get it right. Take for instance your latest attempt to reboot your video-on-demand service, which curiously leaves out iOS entirely. OK sure, there are a lot of Android users and that's one potential audience, but to omit an iPhone and iPad app seems a little misguided to us. But hey, you can watch rentals on your Mac… hello? Anyone interested in that…?
Our Macs help us with all sorts of things: socializing, writing, playing games. But if you're really determined to get the most out of life, you're going to have to stay on-task. Apple's second week of its "Get Things Done" promotion is intended to help keep you organized (and save a few bucks).
Accounting is probably a chore to most of us (professional accountants aside), which is why we're thankful there are companies like Acclivity, who has just released their 2013 edition of AccountEdge Pro to tackle them on our Mac or iOS device.