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.
If you read the trades, talk to developers, or simply open your eyes while looking at the App Store, you'll notice that content curation and delivery apps have been the rage for the past year. While services like Rockmelt have provided your own controls for content curation, Rockpack hopes to give you complete dominion over your video content.
Well hello there, Instagram with video! Seems like only yesterday we were ruminating about your very existence, and Facebook certainly didn't disappoint with its Vine competitor at Thursday's media event. But it was also a day of other introductions, such as the new drag-and-drop cloud sharing service Cloudup, and the departure of a beloved way to get music lyrics from most anywhere. Get caught up on all the news in our Friday recap!
We're living in a world now where everyone has a camera in their pocket. And when life shows us something unexpected or exciting, we're quick to share those videos with the world. While uploading videos to YouTube from an iPhone or iPod Touch is already a fairly easy task, the new Capture app simplifies the process and adds some enhancements.
Special effects have long been easy to create on desktop tools. The likes of iMovie and numerous plug-ins can already create cool effects that you can use in your home movies. Usually, you capture your footage and then add the effect afterwards.