Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 22, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Comic Life creator plasq has released Comic Draw, a full-featured comic creation and publishing application for the iPad.
MacPaw’s new Mac “app smorgasbord” subscription service, Setapp, has officially launched to the public, The service currently offers over 60 apps, all for $9.99 per month.
A MailButler Professional: Lifetime Subscription offers Apple Mail users an assistant that simplifies, optimizes, and streamlines email operations.
Apple on Monday released an update for iTunes. The update – version 12.5.5 – is available for both macOS and Windows.
iDelete Cleaner for iOS 2017 is designed to securely clear your iOS device of junk files left behind by ill-behaved apps, web surfing, and other day-to-day activities.
With a 2-year subscription to Private Internet Access VPN, you no longer need to worry about hackers or those pesky government spies.
With a Getflix: Lifetime Subscription, you can watch what you want, when you want, and most importantly, WHERE you want.
Angry Birds Space is this week’s App Store Free App of the Week. The normally $2.99 game takes the familiar Angry Birds franchise into outer space.
Apple on Thursday released updates for their professional video editing apps for the Mac, the first updates since October 2016.
Super Mario Run fans who have mobile devices on the Android platform will only have to hold their breath for a few more months.
A SelectTV by FreeCast: 1-Yr Subscription has always offered you a great alternative to cable TV, and now you get a free HD antenna with activation!
Logic Pro X 10.3 offers Touch Bar support for MacBook Pro, a refreshed interface design, new performance controls, iCloud syncing to GarageBand for iOS, and much more.
GarageBand for iOS 2.2, offers a refreshed design, a mobile version of the Alchemy virtual synth, Logic integration, and a handful of other features.
Twitter shut down its Vine app and service on Tuesday and has released its new “Vine Camera” app, which records and posts the familiar six-second looped videos directly to Twitter.
A good number of U.S. users are finding that the new iOS 10.2 TV app doesn’t play well with some of their ripped DVD content.