There's a new bag in town for lengthy trips and heady commutes: WaterField Designs' Rough Rider. To test it out, we took it on the roughest inaugural ride of its life -- a roller derby tournament.
You don't need a $3 app to shoot beautiful monochrome photos on your iPhone: Here's a tip that will keep you shooting in black and white through the stock Camera app.
One of the PlayStation Vita's most delightful puzzle platformers has comes to the iPad, and it translates perfectly; its music, story, and gameplay combine to make it our latest staff pick.
A quirky combination of Instagram and stop-motion imagery, Moju offers a quick way to create 24-frame animations and capture a bit more than static pictures have to offer.
Store your hums, tunes, lyrics, and notes in this beautifully-constructed little songwriting app.
What's your story? Adobe's brilliant new Voice app, released Thursday, is designed to help you answer that question. Here's our review.
You don't have to be a guitar, bass, or ukelele god to have fun and play your favorite songs, thanks to the Ultimate Guitar Tabs app.
Want to learn a new language or brush up on one you already know? Our staff pick, Duolingo, provides a great foundation for doing so.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at length during Apple's second-quarter earnings call, touching on the iPad's recent sales decline, Apple TV, and the numbers from China.
There are a thousand and one fitness apps out there, but FitStar gets the gold medal by being our staff pick this week.
Cloud photo service Loom is joining forces with Dropbox, presumably to beef up the storage company's newly launched Carousel app.
An excellent tool for mobile photographers looking to expand their shooting subjects, the company's 3-in-1 macro lens kit easily brings the tiny world around us into sharp focus.
After nearly four years of stagnation, Pages's ebook export tools have recently received several promising updates. Macworld's resident ebook expert Serenity Caldwell takes a look at what's changed (and what's still broken).
At first glance, it looks like a plastic business card. But give it a couple of twists and turns, and it becomes a clever little iPhone stand.
Having trouble getting past the 384 tile in Threes? Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell has a few tips up her sleeve that might just increase your score and have you meeting 1536 and beyond.