Feature By AppleInsider Staff Saturday, April 14, 2018, 04:40 am PT (07:40 am ET) In the constantly-changing landscape of the App Store and the software marketplace, new apps and updates to existing titles are announced all the time. AppleInsider highlights some of the more notable app introductions and software updates for iOS and macOS that surfaced in the past week. This week's collection includes the new apps Textlicious, Moog Model D, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, Project Highrise for iOS, and the macOS client for Vimeo. The updates list includes changes made to Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac, Handbrake 1.1.0, iMovie for Mac 10.1.9, Canary's new Apple Watch addition, and the Focus feature for Instagram. Textlicious From Wil Shipley, developer of Delicious Library, is a new app available for both macOS and iOS. From the description, "Textlicious is a tiny service that lets you enter styled text in places that normally accept only plain text. Make your tweets … [Read more...] about App Roundup: Canary for iOS, Handbrake 1.1.0 for Mac, plus Office 2016 for Mac, Moog Model D, more!
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Microsoft Office may be the de facto productivity tool for millions of workers worldwide, but it's no monolith. Rather than a single, towering smooth-black Office, there's a whole Stonehenge of options: Office on the iPhone, on iPad, Office on Android smartphones, Office on personal computers, Windows and macOS, Office with a handful of applications, Office with fistfuls'.But when you get down to it, there are really only two kinds of Office. One, which most label Office 2016, is the stand-alone suite that traces its roots back to the last century. (Its successor is Office 2019.) The other, Office 365, is the subscription service that debuted in 2011.How they differ can be confusing, especially since each includes, more or less, the same applications. Here are three top ways to tell these tools apart, and a look at what's coming, based on Microsoft's recently announced new support policies for the upcoming Office 2019, as well as Office 365, down the road.How Office is paid forOf the … [Read more...] about What are the differences between Office 2016 and Office 365?
The next version of Apple’s operating system for the Mac is called macOS High Sierra. While the OS is mostly about software refinements, it also lays the foundation for future innovations in the worlds of VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality).You can learn more by taking a look at our favorite High Sierra features listed below. That’s followed by an FAQ, where you can get details on High Sierra’s release date, system requirements, installation instructions, and more.Editor’s note: We’ve updated this story with a link to our APFS FAQ..macOS High Sierra: The Macworld reviewHere's our full review of macOS High Sierra. High Sierra is mostly an under-the-hood upgrade that sets the Mac up for the future. There are cool features in Photos and Notes, and Safari 11 has controls for autoplay videos. Read our review to learn more.A new file systemEver since System 8, the Mac has used the HFS+ file system to keep our documents and directories running … [Read more...] about macOS High Sierra: Everything you need to know about Apple’s latest Mac operating system
Office for Mac, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other productivity tools, is available in various different forms. Here, we help dispel the confusion with our complete guide to Office for Mac 2016 (the latest version) and Office 365 (Microsoft's subscription service), including a breakdown of exactly what you get with each Office option and how much it'll cost you. When is Office 2019 for Mac coming out? Two years has passed since the initial release of Office for Mac 2016, but we're not expecting a new Office for Mac any time soon. There was a five-year gap between this current version of Office for Mac and its predecessor, Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. So it's more likely we'll see a 2021 release of the next Office! The next main standalone version of Office is Office 2019, which is due out in the second half of 2018. However Microsoft has so far only confirmed that it will be supported on Windows 10, so a version for Macs looks unlikely. That means … [Read more...] about Don’t hold your breath for Office 2019 for Mac
posted on 10 Nov 2016, 20:28 1 1. dazzmichael (Posts: 66; Member since: 15 Sep 2014) Microsoft has the balls to pull what Google can't, Developing apps for Android and Chrome OS without hesitation so as to keep their services going. posted on 11 Nov 2016, 01:57 0 4. vincelongman (Posts: 5283; Member since: 10 Feb 2013) Google's developing apps for iOS and macOS without hesitation posted on 11 Nov 2016, 07:57 1 7. MrElectrifyer (banned) (Posts: 3960; Member since: 21 Oct 2014) What of for the full Windows? Where's the UWP of YouTube, Maps, Translate, etc.? Or you want to say that an OS that's being used by a over 3 times more users than Mac OS is "not enough people"? They simply don't have the guts to do it... 9. vincelongman (Posts: 5283; Member since: 10 Feb 2013) The thing is everyone on Windows just uses websites 10. MrElectrifyer (banned) (Posts: 3960; Member since: 21 Oct 2014) "The thing is everyone on Windows just uses websites" posted on 10 … [Read more...] about Comments for : All Android apps for Microsoft’s Office suite will be compatible with Chrome OS