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Dropshare: The Easiest Way to Grab and Share Screenshots
Learn about Dropshare, an app that helps you sharing screenshots and files with the world. Let’s take a look at how to get the most out of its features.
Stretch out your hard drive with CloudMounter
Running out of storage is a constant struggle. And even when it’s time to buy a new laptop, you really don’t want to overpay hundreds of dollars for some extra space. There must be a better solution. And there is.
Easily lay out complex documents with Swift Publisher
Learn how to create beautiful documents from scratch without any design background, whether it’s reports, menus, or magazines with beauty and simple app on a Mac.
Common issues with Firefox on Mac and how to fix them
When Firefox is running slow, crashing, or not loading websites properly, it can be frustrating to figure out why. Follow our step-by-step guide to get your Firefox back to tip-top condition.
Clean Up Your Photos in Seconds with TouchRetouch
Use the legendary removal app to easily get rid of any unwanted objects in your photos, from blemishes to power lines.
GigEconomy: A time tracking app that compiles invoices automatically
Automatically tracking the time you spend on tasks leads to more accurate invoicing and fewer hours spent on paperwork. It's ideal for anyone who needs a flexible way to track time, analyze their business, or invoice clients. Learn more about GigEconomy.
How to find and remove duplicate files on a Mac
The good news is that you can quickly find and delete duplicate files on your Mac. Here's how to get started.
Best Apps to Block Distractions
Here's the best way to prevent yourself from wasting time online and start getting things done.
​Safeguard Your Passwords with Secrets​
Don’t settle for crossing your fingers and using the same password for all your logins. There’s an easier way, and here’s how to do it right.
When You’re New to Mac: A Full Guide for Beginners
Prepare for a better computer life and let’s look at your new macOS system before you begin using a Mac.