Also announced at WWDC 2013 are new features coming to OS X Mavericks. In the next major version of OS X, users will be able to access Apple’s Maps and iBooks platforms, and can also use iCloud to cloud-sync password and login information.
OS X News
Apple has debuted its new version of OS X, “Mavericks,” which marks the start of the next 10 years of the Mac OS X operating system. Oh, and no more big cats, Apple has switched to California locales, hence the “Mavericks” moniker.
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Photoshop Lightroom 5, their photo management and manipulation software. Adobe highlights six major new and improved features found in Lightroom 5, and the update also includes a number of other smaller features and updates.
Dropbox has released a new “experimental build” of their Mac desktop client, and while the new features may not make it into a public release, they are interesting to say the least. The new Dropbox build contains some new functionalities to improve the process of adding files to your Dropbox account via the Finder, with a heavy accent on images.
We’re all used to reminders on our iPhones, but what if you do most of your work on the Mac? And wouldn’t it be great to be able to leave yourself a voice reminder along with the alarm? That’s the idea behind Mementum, a new reminder app for the Mac that bills itself as “The Smart and Handy Voice Reminder.”
Twitter has released an update to their official Mac app today. it includes support for Notification Center, fixes for Growl and more.
Google is working to bring a version of its Chrome OS app launcher to the Mac, allowing users access to a collection of web apps normally only accessible via the Chrome browser.
A brand-new version of Delicious Monster’s Delicious Library 3, the company’s popular cataloging app for OS X, is now available in the Mac App Store. The updated app offers a new recommendation engine, 3D cover-view interface, interactive charts mode, flexible smart shelves, and more.
The latest versions of OS X and iOS will be made available to developers at this years Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, giving some indication the event will showcase the next major version of Apple’s Mac OS in addition to iOS 7.
Apple has released a series of updates for both their Safari browser and Java. The updates address the continuing issues with Java’s security.
If you right-click and use the “Open With” menu to load a file into a specific app, you may begin to notice multiple listings of the same application names in the list. Here’s how to delete the duplicates, and have a clean list to choose from.
In what is perhaps the most concrete evidence so far that the new Macs will have 802.11ac WiFi, a snippet of code from the OS X 10.8.4 beta has been unearthed by 9to5Mac, indicating just that.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Below is the preview for “Space Shift” by @MikailDesign who holds several other designs on his Deviant Art profile. Maik wohnt auf Deutschland and is…
The iPad and Mac versions of the popular RRS app Reeder will be updated soon to Version 2.0 to add all the features currently in the iPhone edition. Now the developer, Silvio Rizzi has good news for anyone who hasn’t downloaded either version. Reeder for iPad and Reeder for Mac will both be available free until the release of version 2.0
Mozilla has released Firefox 20, which includes a number of significant improvements to the browser. They include the ability to initiate a private browser session without needing to open a new window or closing your current session, the ability to kill a hung plugin, a new download manager, and more.
Adobe plans to end sales of the boxed versions of Creative Suite and Acrobat software. Several resellers have reported a cutoff date of May 1st for purchasing the boxed set of Adobe Creative Suite.