Macworld: Denied

Meghan Trainor might be all about that bass (’bout that bass, no treble) but frankly, we’re already sick of her ode to her own butt. But if you spend any time listening to Spotify, Rdio, or iTunes, it’s easy to grow tired of the latest pop earworm. That’s where Denied comes in. With a few clicks, you … Read more

Macworld: OmniFocus 2 For iPad

Spoiler Alert: OmniFocus 2 for iPad isn’t for everyone. If all you need to keep track of is a grocery list and a few one-off tasks each day, OmniFocus isn’t really the task manager you are looking for. On the other hand, if you juggle multiple areas of responsibility, and frequently need to break down large projects … Read more

Macworld: Words App

The Internet is full of great stuff to read, but keeping track of it all is a chore. Luckily, read-it-later Web services like Pocket, Readability and Instapaper have sprung up to help you collect articles. Words App 2.2.1 brings those services to the desktop, giving you quick access to your links across services, as well as cool … Read more

Macworld: Dropzone

Dropzone is one of those things you don’t know you need until you use it. At it’s simplest, Dropzone lives in your menubar, and expands to a palate of actions, whether that’s compressing a file and emailing it, or uploading a picture to your Flickr account. Performing an action is as simple as dragging a file … Read more

Macworld: Wordify

It’s been said that every picture is worth a thousand words, and in the case of Wordify 2.0, that’s literally true. Wordify takes an image you specify (or one of the built-in clip-art graphics) and transforms it into a typographic version rendered from text you input. It’s a cool effect, and Wordify lets you choose your font, … Read more

Macworld: IDentify 2

Chances are, your Mac is full of movies and TV shows—and your tags are probably a mess. IDentify 2 is a snazzy little utility to help organize your content. Feed IDentify a pile of videos, and it queries multiple databases (TagChimp,, and to fill in the missing metadata in your files. Read more at Macworld … Read more