Tag Archives: Mac app
Many Mac users see the Preview app as a very nice PDF reader. That’s just one of the many things Preview can do. It also serves as a very nice photo editor too. No, it will never replace Photoshop or Pixelmator, but it can handle most of your basic editing functions like resizing, cropping, adding […]
I am a big fan of the Day One journal app [Mac – $39.99 & iOS – $4.99]. It’s great for capturing both the special moments and the common ones. It’s also a great place to capture your family history. The latest version (desktop and mobile) supports multiple journals. In addition to my personal journal, I […]
All of this photo-editing goodness for $30! Pixelmator is amazing and the editing extensions in Photos will blow you away. Here’s how to set up Photos to use them.
Ulysses has just released version 2.5 for Mac and iOS. Some of the many new features include: Fully adapted to iPhone Fully adapted to iOS 9’s Split Screen Fully adapted to iPad Pro Added Medium export Added Share Extension Added 3D Touch actions on supported devices Added Spotlight indexing/opening via Springboard Added DOCX import Added […]
I have a genealogy of my Link family that was written on a typewriter and published at a copy center. To keep the page count as low as possible, they squished things together as much as possible. An amazing amount of research went into this document. Unfortunately their layout and photo-management skills were a bit lacking. […]
Mac users now have some very impressive – and affordable – alternatives to Adobe’s creative software thanks to Serif Labs. Their Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo apps provide professional quality software at a price we all can afford. The regular price for these apps are $49.99 but right now they are on sale for $39.99 each until […]
Ulysses v. 2.1 is expected in the App Store any day now with a couple of very handy features: DOCX export to MS Word and the ability to expand/collapse groups in the sidebar.
TextExpander 4 for Mac is on sale for $16.99 – half its normal price – thru September 13th.
I’ve been experimenting with some of the growing number of photo art apps and have found they can do wonders for those not-so-perfect photographs. This guide shows how you can use them to create your own ephemera for your digital storytelling projects.