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PopChar X review: Find the character you need in a font without fuss

PopChar X review: Find the character you need in a font without fuss

Whatever your purpose, PopChar unfolds a panoply of fonts and characters for ready browsing and access.
Squash review: Process, adjust, and optimize photos in a snap

Squash review: Process, adjust, and optimize photos in a snap

Squash affordably streamlines processing, compressing, and watermarking batches of images with the quality of high-end tools.
Ninox for Mac review: Easy, simple, yet powerful database software

Ninox for Mac review: Easy, simple, yet powerful database software

This surprisingly powerful, yet easy-to-use database software is available for macOS and iOS, as well as Android and online.
AirBuddy review: Effortless audio control for Apple and Beats devices

AirBuddy review: Effortless audio control for Apple and Beats devices

Manage and automate connections among audio and Bluetooth devices while easily checking their battery levels.
CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 4 review: The ultimate Thunderbolt hub for your Mac

CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 4 review: The ultimate Thunderbolt hub for your Mac

All the ports you could want coupled with high-wattage charging justify the price of this full-featured dock.
Clocker review: Get easy access to time zone info on your Mac

Clocker review: Get easy access to time zone info on your Mac

This menu bar app could be vital to those who work routinely with people across multiple time zones.
Digital Performer 11 review: Powerful digital audio workstation that’s also a handful

Digital Performer 11 review: Powerful digital audio workstation that’s also a handful

With its unique modular arrangement chops, this powerful DAW is particularly well suited for long-form compositions such as movie soundtracks–but the learning curve is steep
iPad Air (2022) review: Retaking the mid-range tablet throne

iPad Air (2022) review: Retaking the mid-range tablet throne

After a year off, Apple's mid-range tablet roars back to relevancy.
Studio Display review: The Apple monitor for everyone else (who can afford it)

Studio Display review: The Apple monitor for everyone else (who can afford it)

It's Apple's most affordable display, but it's still nearly $2,500.
Mac Studio (M1 Max) review: Apple flexes its mighty muscles

Mac Studio (M1 Max) review: Apple flexes its mighty muscles

Power gap in the Mac lineup fills in with a buffed-up media master.
StopTheMadness review: Be in control of your web browsing experience

StopTheMadness review: Be in control of your web browsing experience

Extension that overrides websites’ attempts to lock out browser features. It also blocks embedded link tracking.
Chipolo Card Spot review: Card-sized tracker works with Apple’s Find My app

Chipolo Card Spot review: Card-sized tracker works with Apple’s Find My app

A wafer-thin plastic card could help you track down a missing billfold via Apple’s Find My network.
Battery Monitor review: Keep dibs on the things draining your Mac

Battery Monitor review: Keep dibs on the things draining your Mac

Track battery performance and wear over time with this utility.
Satechi USB-C Hybrid Multiport Adapter review: USB-C dock can house an SSD

Satechi USB-C Hybrid Multiport Adapter review: USB-C dock can house an SSD

A dock includes storage to combine a drive enclosure and extra ports.
Logitech MX Keys Mini for Mac review: Good keyboard if you don’t need Touch ID

Logitech MX Keys Mini for Mac review: Good keyboard if you don’t need Touch ID

Costs about the same as Apple's Magic Keyboard without Touch ID.
PeakHour review: Save yourself from the headaches of network troubleshooting

PeakHour review: Save yourself from the headaches of network troubleshooting

This menu bar utility taps router statistics and monitors Internet lag in addition to reporting Mac-based network activity.
Razer Phone Cooler Chroma review: It enrages me that this even exists

Razer Phone Cooler Chroma review: It enrages me that this even exists

Every now and then a product comes along that is so ill-conceived it boggles the mind.
Front and Center review: macOS window management made simple

Front and Center review: macOS window management made simple

A tiny utility cuts through the constant friction some users experience with window layering in the modern macOS Finder.
MacUpdater review: Take the tedium out of updating your apps

MacUpdater review: Take the tedium out of updating your apps

The simple app rests on top of a constantly updated database that lets it inform you of the newest versions of everything you use.
LaunchBar review: Launch Mac apps with the power of thought

LaunchBar review: Launch Mac apps with the power of thought

LaunchBar puts apps, music, calculations, search, Google results, clipboards, and much of the Finder into a single versatile bar.
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