Got a new MacBook for Christmas? Or maybe you’re simply looking to beef up the software you have on your Mac. Whatever the case may be, here are some must-have software for Mac. From password managers to security & VPNs to note-takers, we’ve got you covered.
It can get frustrating to lose or accidentally delete important files, especially if these were essential to a business to operate, resulting to lost money. Well, if you have kept those files for years, it hurts just the same, right? The good news is that Mac has readily available, improved data recovery software tools that […]
When some crucial data is lost, it always causes trouble and is rather stressful. And if this happened on your Mac, it may even seem more hopeless unless you use a native recovery app. But now, the situation has changed significantly. The best data recovery software used to be available only for PC users, but […]
CloudMounter is a menu bar application that connects to cloud services like connecting to network hard drives. Connect to OneDrive, for example, and you’ll see it appear as a network volume in Finder. You don’t need to use cumbersome custom sync or backup programs just to access your files. Instead, you can access all your […]
Mac is one of the best and proven computers in the market. It’s user-friendly, which means that even technology-challenged users won’t have a difficult time getting on board with using a Mac. It is also relatively secure, offers seamless integration with other iOS devices, and has highly optimized components, among many other advantages. However, despite […]
The built-in Finder in macOS is a great tool for simple file management operations. Like all Apple software, the Finder is good-looking and well-suited to the majority of possible use cases. But if you’ve got a ton of data to move around, or you’re a little more picky about your controlling your file flow, you might […]
[Update: On December 18, 2014 Flowboard changed the name of this software to FlowVella. This article has been updated to reflect that change.] If you’re a Mac user who has had to make professional-quality presentations in the past, you probably know that your options for software have generally been limited to Microsoft’s PowerPoint or Apple’s […]