The new Smart Drawing feature intelligently recognizes when you draw a square, rectangle, oval or circle and transforms it in to a clean, movable object. The feature also works with arrows.
Here are the best alternatives I’ve found that offer similar functionality to what is available in each of Adobe’s products.
Riffstation is a fantastic tool to help musicians learn to play new songs, but be warned that it is a complement to your ears, not a replacement
While you can use programs to buy individual songs to play along with, since Macs come with GarageBand pre-installed, this is a great feature many may not know about it.
The two men behind Fantastical are, in many ways, very different from each other: they work on opposite coasts and graduated college decades apart. But their laser focus and exacting standards are a good match when it comes to building great iOS and Mac software.
There are two OS X modeling programs I’ve become quite enamored with: AmpliTube 3 Custom Shop and Guitar Rig 5 Pro. Both can also plug in directly to GarageBand for use in recording a variety of sounds without having to blow out your bank account.
From creating a zombified avatar to ghost-o-meters to an app to disguise your voice, there are plenty of iOS apps available this year for free or small purchase to get you into the Halloween spirit.
Tapbots explained the $20 price tag on its heavily anticipated Mac Twitter client by blaming Twitter’s “token limits,” set forth this past summer, which effectively cap how many users their Mac client can have.
OS X Mountain Lion looks to improve on Lion with UI refinements and some significant changes for developers. Most of those changes appear to be out in the cloud. Here’s a list of changes that Apple is rolling out, and how they will affect developers.
For all the talk of social media replacing RSS, I still find it to be the best way to get news efficiently. A quick look at the Mac App Store shows quite a few RSS reader options, so here’s a look at three of the best.