5 Easy Christmas Gifts for Mac Owners

Last week we looked at five ultimate gifts for the Mac lover who has everything. Most of the items would knock a pretty big hole in most family Christmas budgets so this week […]

faf : Nick Spence

This week’s Five Apps Friday candidate is Nick Spence. Nick is Macworld‘s online news editor, reviewer and blogger who also freelances for a number of clients. Nick takes us through his Five favourite […]

MacHeist : Completely Free

MacHeist have just announced their nanoBundle of applications. The bundle is absolutely free and includes six top Mac software applications worth a total of $154. It really is a collection of amazing apps, […]

New : Apple iTunes Remote

Despite being informed of a delay I am happy to report that Apple’s new iTunes remote  safely arrived at TotalApps Towers today. The remote is definitely an upgrade on the previous plastic white […]

iMovie v Final Cut Express

I am frequently asked what Mac video editing I would recommend, iMovie or Final Cut Express.  Although I primarily teach students to use Final Cut I use both FCE and iMovie in roughly […]

Win : Guitar Rig 4 Pro Software

We are very excited to announce that Native Instruments have given us a copy of their spectacular Guitar Rig 4 Pro software to give away to one lucky reader. As you know we […]

Sharing Presets in Guitar Rig 4

One of the most exciting aspects of Guitar Rig 4 (Review Link) is the ability to share presets with other guitarists. Better still the presets can be shared regardless if they were created […]

5 Ultimate Christmas Gifts for Mac Lovers

Well the DFS ads have hit our screens (although if I bought my wife a sofa for Christmas I fear the end would be nigh) so I have decided to think about what […]

Broadersheet : News that Matters

There is no doubt the iPhone has aided my development into a slightly greedy information consumer. From Twitter to RSS I am constantly using my internet connection to keep up to date with […]