Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time the focus is on the Find and Spotlight functions in Mac OS X, which can be essential for locating files on your computer. But what do you do when that function just stops working? We'll show you how to get it running again.
The latest iOS update from Apple subsidiary FileMaker toplines this week's New App Recap, along with a new way to view health data from Apple Watch, a healthy cooking app for men, an app for making memes on the go, and updates to ThinkBook, Google News & Weather, and YP. Plus BitTorrent's take on secure messaging finally makes the leap from Mac to mobile devices. It's Monday, so that means it's time for another roundup of last week's new and updated apps!
The Apple Watch has finally arrived, at least onto the wrists of those lucky enough to place early preorders. We've spent as much time as possible putting as many of the 3,000-plus available apps through their paces as we could. The result is a list of 20 that we consider to have successfully lived up to the potential of the watch, ranging from financial and search apps to keeping a journal, buying gas, dining out, and more. If you have an Apple Watch, don't miss out on these 20 extremely useful Apple Watch apps!
Start the new week with some great new apps! Our picks include a cool way to catch up on news from the lock screen, an app for wrangling address book contacts, a better way to edit screenshots, video challenges, a slick way to find and pay for an apartment, Imgur on the iPhone, and a fun way to Show Your Disney Side. Check 'em out!
It's already the beginning of March, but many parts of the USA are still buried in snow, which is a great time to just stay indoors and comb through the App Store in search of new entertainment. This week's New App Recap has plenty to offer, with a YouTube app for kids, a better way to order pizza, a visual tool for designers, a service for live music lovers, new search tools, and, uh, free erotica ebooks.
Use Google’s advanced search tricks for faster, better results. Learn how to limit searches to exact phrases, restrict them to a specific site, exclude certain sites or terms, find specified file types, and more!
Prepare to have an eye-opening experience with this week's New App Recap! We've got all of the details on a new free app to assist the vision impaired, the latest updates for 1Password and Marco Polo, the ability to resize photos for AirPrint, how to get away with using Facebook at work, showing off your music library on Notification Center, an unlimited buffet of mobile magazines, and plenty more. Click ahead and find out more!
LaunchBar is essentially “Spotlight Pro,” enabling you to search your Mac and perform actions on found objects. This update sees a larger, more readable default theme aesthetically matching rival Alfred, and the OS X Yosemite Spotlight revamp. But the strengths aren’t only skin-deep.
Judging from Google's top search trends for 2014, desktop and mobile users were eager to find out more about Apple's iPhone 6, which topped the charts more than any other consumer electronics device. Our Tuesday Morning Report has more on that as well as how Apple Pay is poised to dominate U.S. credit card purchases, and rumors of a new streaming music service from hardware maker Bose. Go forth, click, and read!
Who wants some free apps? While not everything in this week's New App Recap qualifies, we've got a pretty great assortment of freebies to brighten up your Monday, starting with the updated Microsoft Office apps, now optimized for iPhone. There's also a new app for tipping anyone you can take a photo of; fresh updates for Google Maps, weather, and mobile image retouching apps; and even a way to control lighting while on the go with just a few taps. Our weekly gallery awaits!