Our recommended apps for the Mac all do a solid job of helping you stay on top of tasks, but each has a different take on how to do it: Some are great at reminding you of what tasks are coming up, others excel at helping you record your notes, and a few stand out in managing tasks for a team.
Most of our choices come in free versions, so you can try one, see if it's a good fit for... Read More »
If you're looking to manage tasks and to-do lists on your PC, Microsoft gives you a running start on keeping organized with its own Microsoft To-Do app and the popular Wunderlist app, which it acquired in 2015.
If you want help managing tasks, staying on top of to-do lists, being reminded of upcoming events, or collaborating on projects, our picks for the best to-do apps are up to the task. Our choices all do a good job of covering the basics,... Read More »
You don't need to travel far to find a good to-do list app on your iPhone: iOS comes with its own free Reminders app for keeping track of your to-do items.
But if you're looking for something a bit more robust that can help you manage complex tasks or collaborate on projects with colleagues, you still have plenty of apps to choose from. Our recommended apps all do a solid job of helping you stay on top of tasks, but... Read More »
Attending a party during the winter months can help relieve some of the holiday season stress. Enjoying a meal with friends, drinking festive cocktails, wearing an ugly sweater, and listening to Mariah Carey's Christmas album on repeat can make for a great night.
If you're the one hosting the party, the planning process can be hard work. Check out these apps to ensure your soiree is fun, safe, and memorable.1. Wunderlist
Planning your party is the first step. There's a... Read More »
We all need a bit of help keeping track of our new year resolutions, which often fall to the wayside by the time February rolls around. To help you keep tabs on your future goals, app-makers Ish ShaBazz and Heidi Helen Pilypas created Capsicum, which allows users to plan out a schedule, track both good and bad habits and take notes.
There are hundreds of daily planner platforms in Apple's App Store but few allow you to keep track of... Read More »
The holiday season is a time for giving and receiving. And now you can help give to a worthy cause just by receiving some free software.
Software developer SoftMaker has announced that it will donate a certain amount of money to charities for each download of its free FreeOffice 2018 suite or FlexiPDF Basic app from now until Christmas. Through the company's Load and Help fundraiser initiative, the... Read More »
In its latest update to the Office 365's suite of apps, software giant Microsoft revealed support for MacOS Mojave's Dark Mode, which will let users write papers or create spreadsheets without straining their eyes.
Since Apple debuted Mojave's Dark Mode this fall, many software companies have updated their apps to allow for a more muted version instead of the usual white background. Microsoft also rolled out a number of smaller changes to its apps, but the Dark Mode... Read More »
Apple's iOS 12 update included a built-in screen time app to track how long users spend on their devices. Since the release, third-party digital wellness apps have noticed increased scrutiny from the company.
Developers of screen time trackers are being reviewed at a higher frequency. Some are even being rejected and pulled from the App Store, TechCrunch reported.
It's likely that Apple simply wants to avoid confusion in its users if they're seeking out the iOS 12 screen time app.... Read More »
Most people are able to listen to a speaker doing a PowerPoint presentation or hear the other person in a Skype call. But those who are deaf or hard of hearing are at a disadvantage in those situations. Now, Microsoft is trying to enhance these applications to reach out to a wider audience.
Those of you who use Microsoft's Sticky Notes to save and sync your notes will find a couple of helpful new tricks in the latest version.
Following its recent test phase with Windows Insiders, Sticky Notes 3.1 is officially rolling out to anyone running Windows 10 version 1803 or higher, Microsoft said in a new blog post. That means those of you with the Windows 10 April 2018... Read More »