By

Leawo is a free Blu-ray player for Mac. A QuickTime player alternative for Mac users to play Blu-ray discs on Mac at no cost.
Need a QuickTime alternative for Mac so you can play Blu-ray discs?
Photo: Leawo Software

Make TV shows and movies look great in iOS with iFlicks 3

By

iFlicks makes your movies look awesome.
iFlicks makes your movies look awesome.
Photo: iFlicks

If you like to add movies and TV shows to your iTunes library, or to the Videos app on your iPhone and iPad, then you should be using iFlicks. iFlicks is an app that takes these plain video files and makes them beautiful. It adds artwork and metadata, and even converts them to a nice, iTunes- and iOS-friendly format. And now iFlicks 3 is out, with some great new features.

Easily capture and convert video for any device [Deals]

By

VideoProc makes it easy to download, edit and convert video for perfect playback on any device.
VideoProc makes it easy to download, edit and convert video for perfect playback on any device.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

The higher the quality of video gets, the harder it is to make the files work on the variety of devices we use. That’s because all kinds of new formats, codecs and other standards create compatibility issues. Even the sharpest 4K footage ever won’t look its best on your iPhone if it’s not in the right format.

By

If you need to deal with data on iOS or Android devices, iSkysoft Toolbox can help.
If you need to deal with data on iOS or Android devices, iSkysoft Toolbox can help.
Photo: iSkysoft

By

No matter whether your data is backed up in iCloud, in iTunes or not at all, the UltData app can get it back.
No matter whether your data is backed up in iCloud, in iTunes or not at all, this app can get it back.
Image: Tenorshare

By

Got a new device? DownloadDashlane best password manager immediately.
Apple is keeping quiet on how many iPhones it sold.
Photo: Tyler Lastovich/Pexels CC

Make the most of your Mac with these premium apps [Deals]

By

This week we've rounded up tools for keeping your Mac clean, replacing the Apple Dock, maximizing your keyboard efficiency, and lots more.
This week we've rounded up tools for keeping your Mac clean, replacing the Apple Dock, maximizing your keyboard efficiency, and lots more.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Macs are powerful machines, but only when they’ve got the right apps. So we’ve rounded up four of the best Mac apps at some of the best prices. There are tools for keeping tidy drives, upgrading Apple’s Dock, expanding the potential of each keystroke, and lots more. Read on for more details:

By

Any Data Recovery for Mac takes a deep dive into damaged or corrupted drives to recover lost files and data.
Any Data Recovery for Mac takes a deep dive into damaged or corrupted drives to recover lost files and data.
Photo: Tenorshare

Kiwi for Gmail finally makes email manageable on the Mac [Review]

By

Kiwi for Gmail on macOS. If you use Gmail, you should be using Kiwi on your Mac (or Windows PC).
If you use Gmail, you should be using Kiwi on your Mac (or Windows PC).
Screenshot: Ian Fuchs/Cult of Mac

Did you know that Gmail has more than 1.5 billion users? For a large portion of those users, email is something they must deal with on a regular basis — whether for work-related matters, personal communication or staying updated on the latest deals at their favorite retailers. Staying on top of your email can be a major pain, and even with all the smarts that Gmail offers, once you fall behind, it’s daunting to catch up.

Kiwi helps add a layer of convenience and intelligence to managing your Gmail and G Suite accounts on your Mac or Windows PC, all while offering the familiarity and comfort of Google’s mail platform.