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1Password Just Got a Rare Discount. Grab it While You Can. 

1Password is the best looking password manager on the market, and my app of choice. The only real downside is its upfront $50 cost for desktop apps (the mobile apps are freemium). So if you’ve been waiting on a good deal to secure your digital life, the Mac and Windows versions are both marked down to $35 today, which… » 5/21/15 6:15pm 5/21/15 6:15pm

10 Tricks to Make Yourself an iTunes Master

Apple’s venerable media suite isn’t everyone’s favorite bit of software, but there are more functions and features available here than you might have realized—from desktop shortcuts to hidden columns to Android support, we’ve picked out 10 noteworthy tricks you can make use of in the latest versions for Mac and… » 4/28/15 9:34am 4/28/15 9:34am

Use Comment Hashtags to Sort Your Music in iTunes

Many of us might have switched over to streaming services without so much as a backwards glance, but iTunes still has some advantages going for it—not least of them smart playlists, and the ability to customize them as you see fit. Using the comment fields and your own choice of hashtags you can create personalized… » 4/03/15 10:33am 4/03/15 10:33am

Change Video Thumbnails in Windows for a Neater Media Library

If you have a lot of video content stored on your PC then the default thumbnails can leave folders looking disorganized and make sorting through your movies and TV shows more difficult. With a simple hack, you can set the thumbnails for each video yourself to show the official DVD cover, movie poster or any other… » 1/30/15 1:20pm 1/30/15 1:20pm

There's Now a Game You Can Play Right In iOS 8's Notification Center

Now that Apple has finally introduced widgets for iOS 8's Notification Center, we're starting to see some great ways to quickly access important info on our iPhones. But a few clever developers are pushing those widgets beyond just notifications. A new iOS game called Overglide can actually be played directly from… » 11/12/14 9:49am 11/12/14 9:49am