What would you do if you were to run out of space on iCloud, at Google, or in Dropbox? Adam Engst provides a detailed guide on how to deal with such a situation before you lose email and files stop syncing, without paying for more storage. Have you been frustrated by Web sites that block standard Mac keyboard shortcuts, hijack scroll behavior and contextual menus, and prevent copy and paste? Josh Centers reviews the StopTheMadness app, which can restore all of those features and more in all your favorite browsers. Jeff Porten continues his coverage of CES 2020 with a look at some of the more ambitious technologies demoed at the show. Notable Mac app releases this week include Pixelmator Pro 1.5.5, Bookends, Fantastical 3.0.4, OmniFocus 3.5, and Merlin Project 6.1.
Have you run across Web sites that steal control of your Web browser so you can’t copy text or use standard system functions? StopTheMadness can give you back control over your browser.
After being warned by both iCloud and Gmail that he was running low on storage space, Adam Engst embarked on a mission to free up cloud space rather than pay for more than he needs. If your clouds are filling up too, follow along to avoid missing email, failing file syncs, and more.
Low power and a clean environment turned out to be the themes of this year’s batch of what was notable at the part of CES dedicated to startups.
Brings improvements to the recently added ML Super Resolution feature. ($39.99 new, free update, 189 MB)
Maintenance update for the recently upgraded calendar app corrects bugs and smooths over some rough spots. ($39.99 annual subscription new, free update from version 3, 21.8 MB)
Fixes a lengthy list of bugs and now requires macOS 10.14 Mojave. ($39.99 new, free update, 39.9 MB)
Mixes new export-related features with a couple of bug fixes. ($149 annual subscription, free update, 29.1 MB)