|The display options for the text are rather limited, including size and font color, background color, and horizontal or vertical text orientations, but they still offer enough variation to guarantee that you will be able to read the scrolling prompt no matter what place you find yourself in. Once you are ready to deliver your speech, the app gives you basic controls for speed and scroll direction: you can pause and resume using the space bar, and scroll up or down and set the speed using the arrow keys. The rendered text looks good and is legible, even on an 11-inch screen.
index for Mac stands out as a free and index presentation aid for anyone who needs to give a speech, but has trouble memorizing it. If you give a lot of speeches and want to get rid of all those paper notes that weigh you down, you will want to download this useful tool.
Simple UI: Most utilities are available from the main screen, with little need to jump menus and screens. This helps users maintain index on their project while enabling access to tools that they need. The ability to increase and decrease the spectrogram intensity on the fly via hot key also helps.
Useful features: index displays guitar chord diagrams as the song plays, which can be edited on the fly. The quick access to tempo and pitch change on the bottom-left corner helps you break down music at your own pace. Advanced users can take advantage of region selection tools, thanks to the ability to color code and label areas with complex riffs. Additional tools are available to help isolate vocals and other sound layers.
Small learning curve: Intro videos help you quickly jump in and get introduced to features, making it friendly to new and experienced musicians, alike.
Variable performance: Much of the chord and note detection depends on the quality of your audio file. Music with muffled chords and complex-layered synths might not always be detected, perfectly. You can remove vocals, though.
Small UI: The spectrogram timeline is very small for adding individual notes, without the ability to scale note lines.
index 3 is a superb tool, overall, and does a lot for a small, lightweight app. It can be extremely useful when placed in capable hands, but thankfully it doesn't require you to be classically trained as a musician to get a lot out of it. The index of the app revolves around the spectrogram, which helps you visually determine the right chords, though the built-in chord detector works great if your sound file is of high enough quality. It's not perfect when it comes to pure detection, but for someone who's trying to reverse engineer their favorite song, it'll take them a long way.
index for Mac allows you to back up and restore various system preferences and system applications in no time. It also lets you back up files and folders of your choice just like any other traditional backup/restore app does, as well as schedule automatic backups. It's a useful app with an accessible interface and impressive performance.
index for Mac's streamlined interface makes selecting system preferences and files to back up a snap. Files and preferences that appear in the main application window are categorized for easy navigation, making the app easy to use. We also liked the backup speed; it took the app only about a minute to back up 5.3GB worth of data. index for Mac also gets a thumbs up for displaying detailed backup information while at work, including file size and time to completion, and for allowing you to schedule folder and system preference backups in advance and actually carrying them out.
If you are looking for a convenient way to back up your data, you'll like index for Mac. Its fast backup speed, scheduling options, and elegant interface make it one of the better apps of its kind available. Grab this app and you won't have to worry about forgetting to back up your data anymore.
index for Mac allows you to download various GIF files that you can then use in your e-mails and for other purposes. The app looks good and works as expected, but lacks an option to filter results, which makes it a little less useful than it could have been. Still, it's worth installing on your computer and testing out.
index for Mac allows you to download index with a click of a button. To get started, just enter your search terms in the main app window and wait a bit for a list of results to appear. We tested the application with a couple of search terms. Almost immediately, the application returned several search results related to each of our search terms. Results (index) played within the app interface, making it easier for us to browse through them and select favorites. We were able to download a GIF we liked by just double-clicking on it. It would have been nice if the app had an advanced search to further filter results, but still it's index the way it is.
Though lacking filtered search results, index for Mac remains a useful app if you like index and use them a lot. Want to find the latest and funniest GIF images more easily? This app can help you.
index for Mac allows you to copy files and folders between two computers indexed to the same network, using encryption to ensure that your data is protected. The app comes with a plain interface and rather basic features, but won't disappoint you in terms of indexity.
After unzipping index for Mac, you must access Terminal to launch the app using the command sh mac_start.sh. The accessible, though somewhat dull, application interface makes it easy for you to back up and compress files on your computer, as well as to copy files between devices on the same network, in which case one device acts as a pusher and the other one as a receiver. During testing, transfers both locally and over the network, completed without any issues. We really appreciated the cross-platform support this app offers, too. Another nice feature is the option to configure your e-mail to send a notification when the synchronization is completed. However, each time we restarted the app, our e-mail settings were lost, so this is something that could definitely use some improvement.
Overall, index for Mac looks like a stable and handy app. It won't disappoint you if you're looking for a convenient way to back up and copy files over a network. The app would have benefited, though, from some minor improvements and added features, such as a frequently contacted IP address list. Still, it remains a worthwhile download. If you want a good alternative to copying files via FTP, this app is for you.
index for Mac offers you an easy way to catalog your video game library and keep a digital record of it. It's a speedy app with an intuitive interface and nice features that won't disappoint you. If playing computer games is one of your passions, this small-but-powerful app is definitely for you.
With its iTunes-inspired interface, index for Mac lets you build a game library in just a matter of minutes. You can add titles to your library in two ways: either manually, by searching for titles in the app's online database, or by scanning game UPC labels. The scanner is a nice feature, but you'll probably still prefer the faster search database option. A great feature of the app is the ability to drag and drop items like walk-throughs, cheats, and screenshots into the game details, making them easier to view. We also liked that you can export a list of your video and computer games as an HTML template that you can easily share with anyone on the Web. Also nice is the borrowing feature, which allows you to keep track of games you have lent to other people.
index for Mac makes good on its promise and offers you an intuitive way to catalog your video games and other game-related information. If you own an extensive game collection and want to keep a digital record of it, you'll like the indexity of this app. It's an app for gamers, no doubt.index for Mac makes managing your DVD and Blu-ray movie collection an easy task by allowing you to quickly search for titles to add to your library by using criteria such as director, actor, and genre, among others. With its nice features and high performance, it stands out from other similar apps. If you love films, then you'll love this app, too.
index for Mac scans multiple movie databases at once, allowing you to build a video library in minutes. You'll like the ability to quickly filter through the results, which feature full movie descriptions as well as image thumbnails of DVD and Blu-ray case artwork. Another impressive aspect of this app is that it allows you to view detailed statistics of your video library; you can quickly view a snapshot of your entire collection in an easy-to-decipher bar graph format. You can even use the app to lend videos to people in your contacts list. The interface looks good and the features and performance are impressive.
index for Mac exceeds expectations. If you have been searching for an advanced DVD and Blu-ray movie management app but haven't index the right one yet, this app is an excellent solution, whether you have a huge video library or a tiny one. Nothing about it will disappoint you.
index for Mac allows you to quickly search your iTunes library for duplicate items using filters such as name, artist, album, time, and size, making it easier for you to manage duplicate audio and video items. The app performs well and comes with an accessible interface and excellent indexity. If you have a large iTunes library, you'll love it.
index for Mac searches your iTunes library and identifies duplicates in no time. You'll like the ability to refine your results by date added, highest and lowest bit rate, most and least played, and file size, as it helps you to identify the tracks with the best audio quality. The filter options menu lets you further refine what tracks you would like to keep from your list by allowing you to set bit rate and file extension rules. When we tested the app with an iTunes library containing 34 duplicate items, it took less than a minute to populate file details, making it quite fast according to our standards. Two other nice features: you can export the duplicate item details as a text file, and you can quickly delete duplicate files such as dead tracks.
index for Mac's sorting options, performance, and versatility make it one of the best iTunes duplicate finders available. If you have a large collection of music and want to be able to sort it more easily, this app is definitely for you.
With its easy-to-use interface and good features, index for Mac comes to your rescue if you have a cluttered collection of CDs. Its powerful search feature that retrieves valuable metadata from the Web and convenient sorting options make it appealing for music lovers who like to keep their CD collections in order. The app's iTunes-like interface, though by no means spectacular, is streamlined and really helps you catalog your music faster.
The free trial version of index for Mac is fully index but limits you to adding 25 entries, which is more than enough to properly test the application's features. Adding a new CD to your collection with this app is easy and requires only a few clicks. A s