This straightforward app provides top-notch text recognition plus barcode and QR code scanning.
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Apple upgraded the part it didn't need to—the processor—while ignoring all the upgrades it should have made.
Use Yoink to drag, collect, and distribute all the miscellaneous files, images, text selections, and other bits and pieces that are part of your digital workflow.
The ease and power of CleanShot X should thrill anyone with a frequent need to document macOS and Mac apps.
Belkin's 3-in-1 charger is pricey, but it covers all your wireless charging needs with one device—iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch in one fell swoop.
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Your mouse, trackpad, Touch Bar, keyboard, and more can be enhanced with actions far beyond those Apple included.
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