Next up for me in Macworld’s Mac Gems fest, Briefly, a tool that helps you combine hundreds of sequential photos into a single stop-action video. While iPhoto offers the same capabilities, Briefly makes quick work of what might otherwise be a tedious project.
Archive for the ‘Writing’ Category
Not 100% sure on this yet, but SnapNDrag Pro may become my new go-to screen capture app. Simple and intuitive, it also offers annotation traction. Pretty slick app overall. My Macworld review, and my first entry in this year’s Macworld Gem Fest, here.
Fun new article now posted at Macworld on ten things your should know how to do with your word processor. Nothing too fancy here, but all things, other than typing, you should know how to do in your favorite word processor.
My new review of Intuit’s QuickBooks app for Mac is now live at Macworld.com.
QuickBooks app for Mac is a standalone application that lets you manage your QuickBooks Online account using an app on your Mac rather than a Web browser, which is the way you’d normally manage QuickBooks Online. In terms of appearance, there is no difference between the online and app-based versions of QuickBooks Online, but in the future Intuit promises offline access to your QuickBooks Online data, which could be hugely beneficial.
If you’re using QuickBooks Online I highly recommend QuickBooks app for Mac.
My Moneydance review is up at Macworld.com. Nice little java-based Mac financial app that does a fine job of helping you harness your personal financial info. Not perfect, but still good.
My review of Daylight 5 is now live at Macworld.com. Daylight 5 is a great CRM tool for keeping track of all your contacts and the business you plan to do with them.
My review of OneNote for Mac is now available at Macworld.com.
OneNote for Mac is a great app, although not yet as feature-rich as it’s Window’s counterpart or as capable as Evernote, it shows promise. Perhaps enough promise to make it your note taking app of choice.