To make most digital photos shine, you need to do some touch ups and editing. Too bad editing is such a pain. Without the right software, not even possible, so it’s worth checking out this tool that does the editing for you.
In most digital workplaces, PDFs are a regular part of daily life. It makes sense, too – they’re a great way to read all kinds of documents on almost any device. But if you need to edit one, good luck without the right software.
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These days, anyone with a Spotify account can call themselves a DJ. But making a room move is about more than pressing play. If you want to get you hands deeper in the mix, this adaptable, accessible DJ platform is worth checking out.
PDFs, we know them, we love them. But we also know they can be tough to edit when you need to make changes in a hurry. Not so if you have the right app–especially, one which won the 2015 App of the Year from the Mac App Store.
It’s important to keep a hard-working, complex machine like your Mac clean and well-maintained. For most of us though, computer care stops at emptying the recycling bin and wiping the screen. So it’s nice to know there’s an app that can do the work of cleaning and tuning our Macs.
The subscription model is sweeping content of all kinds, and it makes a lot of sense. Pay a small monthly fee for access to a whole menu of stuff from which you can pick and choose. Movies and TV made it big at first, and now the subscription model has come to Mac apps.
PDFs are the go-to format for documents of all kinds. They’re convenient and make everything from forms to novels look great. But many people know that PDFs can be a real pain if you’re doing anything but reading them.
Using iTunes to manage iOS devices can be a real headache. Broad categories for syncing make it tough to track down individual tunes, videos, and other files. So it’s nice to know you can manage the data on your iPhone doesn’t need to mean dealing with iTunes.