Sunday, December 30, 2012
http://www.theworldofappleyoutube.blogspot.com/ For those looking to do more advanced image editing, I recommend Pixelmator. Its feature set is well integrated and offers great functionality, and endless online tutorials well help anyone get started. Looking to purchase? Pixelmator's on the Mac App Store for $15. Disclaimer: Pixelmator provided The World Of Apple with the copy of Pixelmator used for this review.
Friday, April 6, 2012
If you're looking for an application for interior design/architecture/furniture purposes, you should check out Belight Software's Live Interior 3D. This review highlights some features, pros and cons, and compares the standard and pro versions. Disclaimer: Belight Software provided The World Of Apple with the copy of Live Interior used for this review.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Friday, January 7, 2011
In this quick video, I go over Apple's newly introduced Mac App Store. I found the application quite impressive and comparable to it's ios counterpart which has been widely successful thus far. For me, the thing that made the Mac App Store was that you can use iTunes gift cards to purchase applications- great for people who get lots of gift cards! Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe!
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
In this review video by The World Of Apple, I review the Ratpadz XT mousing surface. This is an ideal mouse pad for gamers and I recommend it to anyone who uses a mouse for prolonged periods of time.
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Disclaimer: Ratpadz provided The World Of Apple with a complimentary Ratpadz XT for this review.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
In this video, I will be reviewing Cultured Code's Things for Mac. There is also an iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad version which syncs very well and has all of the functionality of the desktop version. Overall, I would recommend Things to anyone willing to pay the $50 price tag for an excellent piece of software that is sure to help you keep track of your tasks, thus making you get more things done.
Cultured Code provided The World Of Apple with a complimentary license of Things for this review.