This often-overlooked tool can save you a lot of keystrokes, and it takes only seconds to set up.
The app adds location-awareness, groups, and customization to your iPhone—no jailbreaking required.
If you had trouble reverting from iTunes 11 to iTunes 10, here's how to get things working again.
This free app provides a unified address book for all your contacts, not just those that live on your iPhone.
Free disk-space analyzer WizTree quickly tells you which files and folders are consuming the most storage.
And what the heck is Hojoki? A cloud-app aggregator with some interesting team-centric features.
iTunes no longer offers the option of finding duplicate songs. Fortunately, there are plenty of other ways to do so.
Half the hassle of any meeting is managing all the notes, action items, and follow-ups. This handy app makes short work of all those items.
Don't like iTunes 11? You can always go back to an older version of the program—if you know where to look.
Though not the sexiest travel app, it can help you navigate terminals, find parking and ground transportation, and more.
Freaked out by iTunes' new interface? Here's how to bring back that old familiar sidebar.
Here's a great tip for keeping emails short by quoting only a snippet of text, not the entire thread.
At 99designs, you can enlist a small army of designers who will battle it out to win your business.
By default, Microsoft (inexplicably) hides this option in the new OS. Here's how to restore it.
It sounds almost too good to be true, but this helpful collection of products and services would cost you over $2,000 if purchased separately.