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  1. Reviews
    Scrivener for iOS review: a sophisticated writing and research app for on-the-go

    There’s no shortage of word processing software in the world, but few have the cult following that Scrivener does. Long available for OS X and Windows,...

  2. Reviews
    July 20th, 2016 by Jeff Carlson
    Pixelmator 3.5 Canyon review: better editing, new Apple Photos extension

    As you start moving beyond the basics of editing images – past general exposure and colour adjustments – you’ll discover a semi-secret truth:...

  3. Reviews
    July 14th, 2016 by Michael Simon
    Moleskine Timepage review: a true day planner for the digital age

    Of all the myriad things the iPhone has obsoleted by streamlining, the day planner is somewhere near the top of the list. It’s not just the relief...

  4. Reviews
    July 8th, 2016 by Macworld Australia Staff
    MailButler review: the supercharged personal assistant for Apple Mail

    Critics are quick to dismiss Apple’s built-in Mail app on OS X, but I prefer Mail over the new kids on the block, simply because it works and doesn’t...

  5. Reviews
    June 29th, 2016 by Michael Simon
    The best third-party keyboards for iPhone and iPad

    Whether it’s the slim butterfly mechanism of the new MacBook or the bouncy fabric of the Smart Keyboard, the feel and travel of the letters under...

  6. Reviews
    June 28th, 2016 by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal
    Five apps to help you digitally organise business cards

    We live in a practically paperless, digital age, but there’s one paper product that just won’t die: the business card. Business cards are pretty...

  7. Reviews
    May 18th, 2016 by William Porter
    FileMaker 15 review: evolutionary release

    With version 15, the FileMaker platform gets better, and it was pretty good already. But in terms of features, FileMaker 15 is an evolutionary...

  8. Reviews
    May 4th, 2016 by J.R. Bookwalter
    MacScan 3 review: easy-to-use software stomps out malware, tracking cookies

    When it comes to malware, Mac users have become somewhat spoiled, historically having little to fear from those nasty Trojan horses, spyware and other...

  9. Reviews
    April 27th, 2016 by Roman Loyola
    MacBook 2016 review: ultraportable laptop satisfies with speed gains

    When it comes to hardware, Apple isn’t afraid to force its users to adapt, to change habits. Longtime Mac users remember when Apple stopped including...

  10. Reviews
    April 21st, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    STM Dux – protection for your portable Mac

    Apple’s build quality is well-known. From its pioneering use of the Unibody Enclosure to its focus on high quality materials, Apple makes its Notebooks...

  11. Reviews
    April 20th, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    Review – ADATA UE710

    It’s a common criticism of iOS devices: there’s no way to expand the internal memory capacity of easily accessed data on other devices via simple...

  12. Reviews
    April 12th, 2016 by Caitlin McGarry
    Fitbit Blaze review: don’t call it a smartwatch

    When Fitbit announced its new activity-tracking band at CES in January, the company’s stock plummeted. At first glance, the Fitbit Blaze looked...

  13. Reviews
    April 11th, 2016 by Glenn Fleishman
    TextExpander 6 review: a snippets subscription service that’s priced too high

    The TextExpander utility saves keystrokes by letting you type a short sequence that’s replaced by a longer one. That’s the heart of the app,...

  14. Reviews
    April 5th, 2016 by Keith White
    Hands Free with iRig Blue Turn

    iRig Blue Turn is a battery-powered Bluetooth device that turns pages on my Mac or iOS device. Designed with musicians in mind it sits on the floor...

  15. Reviews
    April 4th, 2016 by Susie Ochs
    iPhone SE review: it’s a pocket-size powerhouse

    The SE is the little iPhone that could. With a 4in screen and the body of an iPhone 5s, it fits in my pockets better than my iPhone 6s, and it’s...

  16. Reviews
    March 23rd, 2016 by Jason Snell
    9.7in iPad Pro first look: a worthy successor to the iPad Air 2

    Like the iPhone SE, which has the body of an iPhone 5s and the mind of an iPhone 6s (more or less), the new 9.7in iPad Pro looks very much like an...

  17. Reviews
    March 17th, 2016 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Review – LockSmart Keyless Bluetooth Padlock

    The humble padlock, first invented almost 2000 years ago, has barely changed. A key on the bottom, a solid metal shackle and a strong body have been...

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