The Storyteller's Must-Have Mac Bundle: $29

· Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Mariner Write on a MacBook

We have a bundle of apps called the Storyteller’s Must-Have Mac Bundle. It features seven Mac apps from Mariner software, including StoryMill, Narrator, Mariner Writer, Contour 2, Montage, Persona, and MacJournal, all for $29.

Tim Cook’s Political Junket and Amazon’s Master Plan for Alexa - ACM 426

· Bryan Chaffin · Apple Context Machine Podcast

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Is Tim Cook running for President? Bryan and Jeff take a look at his recent higher public profile and the political junket he seemed to take through the midwest. They also talk about Amazon’s recent improvements to Alexa and how they fit in with the company’s master plan for the platform.

More iOS 11 iPad Multitasking Tricks

· Jeff Butts · Quick Tip

More iOS 11 iPad Multitasking

Jeff Butts can’t believe he missed this one, but then again maybe it’s new to the latest beta — it turns out, you can start Split View or Slide Over multitasking with any app, even one that you can’t find in your Dock.

Essential Gadgets for iPhone Photography

· Bob LeVitus · News

Gekkopod turns any stick into a selfie stick!

Dr. Mac has collected quite an assortment of photography-related gadgets he uses with his iPhone, all aimed at helping him capture the best possible image every time.


Carbon Copy Cloner Adds APFS Support

· Jeff Gamet · Product News

Carbon Copy Cloner 5 includes APFS support for macOS High Sierra

Just in time for this fall’s macOS High Sierra release Carbon Copy Cloner added APFS support.

Data Rescue 4 for Mac: $49

· Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Data Recue 4 for Mac

We have a deal on Data Rescue 4 for Mac, a data recovery utility. It can recover files from crashed hard drives, cameras, and more. It’s $49 through us.

macOS: How to Hide Rows in Numbers

· Melissa Holt · Quick Tip

Melissa Holt shows you how to hide rows in your Numbers spreadsheets on your Mac, and throws in Excel and Google Sheets, too.

Change the way macOS Displays Date and Time

· Jeff Butts · Quick Tip

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Another hidden gem of a setting, you don’t even need to use the Terminal to change your date and time display preferences.