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Apple Watch Unofficial Guide

ICONBournemouth, United Kingdom – Stopframe has announced the release of Apple Watch Unofficial Guide, an in-depth eBook available in the iBookstore that’s packed with Apple Watch tips, tutorials and knowledge. Written by bestselling author Tom Rudderham, and priced just $2.99, it’s the perfect guidebook for anyone who wants to make the most of their brand new Apple Watch. Continue reading »

Halloween Fonts

MADE IN AMERICASan Francisco, California – 128bit Technologies has announced an update of 10 new fonts to their popular free Halloween Fonts collection available on the Mac App Store under the name: Halloween Fonts – Free Commercial Use Holiday Fonts. Continue reading »

Logo Pop Free

MADE IN AMERICA San Francisco, California – 128bit Technologies has announced that its Logo Pop Free software has been downloaded on the Mac App Store over 100,000 times since its debut less than a year ago. Logo Pop Free is a vector based logo design app available exclusively on the Mac App Store for absolutely free. From concept to design to using your logo in print or online, Logo Pop Free is the best, and only, full-fledged free logo design software available, maintaining a top position in the Graphics & Design category!   Continue reading »

Truly ephemeral, encrypted, screenshot protected messaging now available

 Truly ephemeral, encrypted, screenshot protected messaging now available Sovereign Share has rolled out invisi 1.0.7 — a new private messaging app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. By design, invisi does not require the systematic cooperation of a recipient device to revoke access to a message. Continue reading »

Educate yourself on Hard Disk and Solid State Drive Problems

 SCSC Publishes New Article on Hard Disk and Solid State Drive Problems Software and Computer Systems Company, LLC (SCSC) has released a new web based document titled “The Signs and Symptoms of Hard Disk and Solid State Drive Problems.” The document replaces its predecessor, which was titled “Bad Hard Drive SIgns and Symptoms.” The new article adds information relative to solid state drives which was missing in its now dated predecessor. Continue reading »

This week’s selected stories:

Here are some good stories on the net that are to short for me to summarize.   Continue reading »

Photos – Presentation at TUMS

On  July 21st, Lesa Snider presented Photos for Mac and iOS to the Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society via the Internet web   Continue reading »

70+ Best Free Alternatives

Ruchita Bamane posted this list of software that are alternatives to commercial software on June  13th on The Unlearner blog.

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How to change the default app for a file on OS X

We have gotten used to double clicking a file and having an app open it. However what do you do if  that app isn’t the one you want to use on a regular basis? Continue reading »

How to make a map to include on invitations

Lesa Snider has written this article on   Continue reading »

30+ Awesome Free and Open Source Audio Applications

This article appears on Open-Tube, a blog dedicated to Free Open Source, Enterprise Software. This is a list of over 30 audio apps most of which are available for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and UnixContinue reading »

16 tips for every Apple Watch user

This article by Mark Brown is on Pocket Gamer gives those 16 tips.  Continue reading »

12 biggest surprises after a week with Apple Watch

Rob LeFebvre posted this article on Cult of Mac. Continue reading »

10 essential Finder tricks every Mac user should know

This article by Rob LeFebvre  on Cult of Mac is another list of tips.  How many do you know?  Continue reading »

User Groups on Facebook April 25, 2015

Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .

  • Apple Updates Long List of Apps With Bug Fixes as Keynote for iOS Gains Apple Watch Controls
  • Reunion for Macintosh
  • How to Permanently Erase Files on OS X

It’s a good idea if you log into your Facebook account prior to reading this article. Continue reading »