We said it the last time we did one of these, but it bears repeating: Mac gaming is getting better by the year, with big AAA-style games making the leap from PC and consoles much more quickly, and indies embracing the platform more readily than ever. We’ve got a great mix of both on our list of The 10 Best Mac Games of 2013, with glossy first-person experiences, utterly charming 2D titles, and even a couple of late ports of no-doubt classics that we’d been dying to play on Mac. If you’re looking for the most memorable games that the Mac has had to offer in recent months, then there’s no better place to start than here.
Yeah, we were pretty excited that Tim Cook was visiting Valve headquarters as Apple is really rocking out the gaming world lately. And yeah, we were pretty deflated when Apple went and shot down that rumor. But there were other things rocking out this week, so go take a peek.
Well, that quiet little sneak, Mountain Lion certainly got people riled up once it showed itself out in the open. It comes in on its quiet cat feet, then suddenly it's on you. Well, we're not complaining. We kinda like turning down the volume once in a while, so we can focus on the heat. And do we have a week's worth of hot for y'all. Of course, with cats.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the App Store opened its doors for business again Tuesday, again serving up new releases and updates after the holiday freeze. The developers of Camera+ have shared their sales figures for the holiday, hitting a high of 78,000 on Christmas day alone.
2010 was a big year for the iTunes App Store, particularly with spreadings its wings to the larger-form iPad. Apple has released their annual year-end “iTunes Rewind” lists for the year, and here’s what made the top of the charts.
Who says you need an application? Sometimes, all you need is a plug-in
to make your regular apps run harder, better, faster, and stronger.
However, plug-ins don't get the respect and recognition that full
fledged apps do. And while there are applications to do most things,
who needs an application when a simple plug-in can do everything behind