When it comes to managing finances, many of us need all the help we can get. So I’ve scoured the Mac App Store to find the ten best free apps available to help you start getting finance affairs under control.
Your Mac is only as good as the apps you use. There’s no point trying to write the next Great American Novel with TextEdit or limiting yourself to Chess for all your entertainment needs. With thousands of apps available, how do you find the good ones? Well, we’ve made an attempt based on our experience using Macs over the last few years. This obviously can’t be an exhaustive list, but it’s a good starting place.
Apple’s App Store has recently undergone a significant redesign with the introduction of iOS 11and has now adopted a more curated approach to showcasing its two million-plus apps.
So far in this series of project-based Instagram stories, we’ve covered everything from How to Create a Color Story on Instagram, to telling stories with simple slideshows in How to Make a Simple Slideshow Story, to How to Tell an Instagram Story With Sequential Images. Today, let’s dive into creating a fun photo grid using Adobe Photoshop and easy-to-use apps.
In the latest from our series on Instagram Stories, we tackle a fun project using an image sequence to tell a story. Learn how to use this feature to get your followers involved with your stories.
Mac users are fortunate in that they are spoiled by a large number of enthusiasts and developers writing high-quality apps to enhance their computing experience. But there are some duds out there.
I get twitchy whenever my iPhone is more than a few feet away. It’s in my pocket all day, I sleep with it resting beside my head—I really need a girlfriend—and even when I head off sailing, camping, hiking or skiing, it’s with me.