Are you new to the Mac, or do you just want to learn more about OS X Mavericks, the operating system that powers your Mac? Then today’s MacTrast Deal is for you! Master Mac OS X Mavericks & Become A…
This weekend, our friends over at SUAPP offered to share a set of their beautiful wallpapers with MacTrast readers. Hassan Hareth, the proprietor of the site, reports on tech-related news, and also shares his self-created wallpapers on the site.
Apple has seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 Build 13F12 to developers today. Apple is asking developers to concentrate on testing USB, USB Smart Cards, Safari, Graphics, and Thunderbolt.
It has long been expected that Siri, Apple’s iOS-based virtual personal assistant, would eventually make it over to the Mac. However, we have yet to see her make a debut on the OS X platform. Now, a new patent application from Apple describes an intelligent assistant that would make Siri on the Mac a reality.
If you need to learn a new language, everyone knows Rosetta Stone is the way to go. However, Rosetta Stone may have been out of reach for some due to the somewhat high price of their course. Until now that is…
Google has finally released a 64-bit version of their popular Chrome web browser for OS X. The quiet release comes just a few days following a similar release for Windows 7/8 users.
When Apple premiered their “Stickers” ad demonstrating the various ways users customized their MacBook Air to show how much they loved them, it had a pleasant side-effect. The ad has been a boost for sellers of decals and “skins” for the MacBook.
Popular music identification app Shazam has finally made it to the Mac. The app sits quietly in your menu bar, listening for music it can identify. When it recognizes a piece of music, it alerts you with a notification, informing you as to the name of the song and the artist performing it.
Apple has released its EFI Firmware Update, version 2.9 for 2011 MacBook Air models, after the original update caused trouble for various MacBook Air users.
If you’re the creative type, you already know your Mac is an excellent machine to create your work on. Today’s MacTrast Deal makes it even easier to be more productive when it comes to your design projects.
Apple’s support page for Boot Camp was recently update, and included references to both a “Mid 2014″ Mac mini, and a “Mid 2014″ 27-inch iMac.” Both references have reportedly been removed from the page, but a cached version of the page shows both models.
Popcorn Time, the somewhat questionable service that allows you to stream movie torrents just like they were Netflix content, is adding another great feature to their Mac and PC clients. The service will soon add AirPlay ability to both clients, allowing viewing of the torrents on your Apple TV.
Sure, PDF has had its day, and it’s been a good run. But today you need more than just a static PDF file to grab readers’ attention. Enter Flip PDF for Mac, a powerful flip book creator that allows users to quickly and easily convert ordinary PDF files into mobile friendly, eye-catching digital media with engaging page-flipping effects.
As expected, Apple today debuted refreshed 13-inch and 15-inch models of the MacBook Pro with Retina display. The new models feature faster Intel Haswell CPUs. and all 13-inch models now boast 8 GB of RAM standard, while the 15-inch models see their RAM boosted to 16 GB.
Did you just make the move from a Windows machine to a Mac, or maybe you’ve been using a Mac for awhile now, and you still feel like there’s more you could learn about it. Today’s deal is for you!
A new report claims that upgraded Retina MacBook Pros should hit the shelves tomorrow, July 29th.