Apps designed for the Mac don’t often receive as much attention as apps for iOS, so we’ve launched a monthly series that highlights useful, interesting Mac apps that are worth checking out.
This month’s app selection, outlined in the video and the post below, includes apps for cleaning up apps on your Mac, finding new wallpaper, reading the news, and more.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. OmniDiskSweeper (Free) – OmniDiskSweeper is a free app from the company behind OmniFocus. It’s designed to show you all of the files that are installed on your Mac in size order, so you can find what’s hogging space [...]
On our YouTube channel, we’ve got a monthly series that highlights new, interesting, fun, and useful apps that we think are worth downloading and checking out.
There are so many apps on the iOS App Store, which makes it hard to find new content, and it can also be easy to overlook great apps that are a bit older. We’ve designed our app lists to include apps – both old and new – that we personally recommend and have used over the course of the month.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Pocket Penguins (Free) – Here in the Bay Area, we have a great place that’s part zoo, part science museum, and part [...]
Apple is on track to outspend Facebook and YouTube on original content for the launch of its TV series and movie platform, which could debut as early as March next year.
Additional details of Apple’s aggressive push into original programming were revealed on Monday in a New York Times article titled Apple Goes to Hollywood. Will Its Story Have a Happy Ending?
According to the report, Apple’s strong brand name and its willingness to write big checks have quickly made it a top draw for show creators and stars. Furthermore, to underline its ambitions in the original content space, the company is said to be building a 128,000-square-foot headquarters for its [...]
Apple is holding its first event of 2018 on Tuesday, March 27 at the Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. According to invites sent out to members of the media last week, the event will focus on „creative new ideas for teachers and students.“
This is Apple’s first education-centric event since 2012, hence the unusual location. With most events, we tend to have concrete rumors on what to expect, but things are a little more up in the air with the educational event.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Still, rumors have hinted at several products that could see a refresh at the event, and while some of them may [...]