It's a new year and the time is ripe to make a better you, have more fun than you did last year, and put your new iOS devices to the test. With that in mind, we've got trackers, we've got games, we've got productivity apps by the armloads. So let's get tapping over to the App Store and find out what's on sale.
A long-standing classic app goes free as Apple's App of the Week potentially saving you $30, and if that savings isn't enough to get you over to the App Store, we've got a good round up of games and more to save you cash and bring joy to your life. What more could you want?
We've got a game load of apps on sale this weekend and there are tons more we didn't have space to cover. At least two big franchises are having loads of apps go on the discount rack for your long weekend fun, so if you want to get your game on, now's your chance.
Well, if you were looking for a week where productivity apps were blowing up, this is your week. Whether you want an awesome calendar, some inbox management, task lists, or more, the App Store is where you need to be with a few tips from us. But, since all work and no play makes MacLifers dull kids, we've also got a little gaming action to hook you and reward you with some fun times to go with all your hard work.
Every Free App Friday we bring you a nuanced look at some of the best and brightest free content available in the App Store. This week, however, we're going to take a look at some smaller apps you might have missed over the past few months. While these offerings may be bite-sized, we still think they're worth sinking your teeth into.
What's a holiday season without some great deals? While some of you may be gearing up to face the insane crowds of Black Friday -- seriously, why? -- we're sure to see some awesome sales online on Cyber Monday. But in the meantime, app developer MacPhun is rewarding loyal customers with a buy-two-get-one deal that seems pretty great.
If there’s one thing photographers like even more than taking pictures, it’s showing them off. Most slideshow software, however, is limited to a handful of slick templates and not much in the way of customization. Enter Boinx Software, whose FotoMagico has twice received the runner-up nod for an Apple Design Award from the folks in Cupertino. After two years in development, FotoMagico 4 is an impressive overhaul that opens up a wide range of creative possibilities for amateur and pro shutterbugs alike -- and it’s cheaper than ever, at least for new customers.