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Date added: 4 Feb 2010
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 2808
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Product ranking: 75/100
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
The sheer number of options for how to customize your text is very impressive and it makes for a very attractive, very easy-to-use app with an interface that never gets too crowded. If you want to create images with handwritten text on them, Index is a great app with which to do so. It's easy to use, has a number of powerful features built in, and is unique from many other free photo editors, even if all you do is use the filters; it's a great free download for your iPhone. Index is a fun, easy-to-use photo editing app that, by including a bit of personality and a rich theme with its editing tools, manages to stand out from the vastly overpopulated photo editing app category. The majority of filters and stickers are Chinese holiday themed and include a handful of characters and fun images that can be added in the frames or separately as stickers. The result is an easy-to-use and generally very attractive app that uses its own filters. Where other free photo editing apps are offering fewer and fewer features and including Aviary as a way to cover their bases, Index is custom made with a range of filters, editing options, and stickers for your photos. It's not innovative in terms of what it offers -- you can add a frame, drop stickers in, add text or perform some basic filtering on your images -- but it is a fun and wholly unique set of features to choose from; and by being unique and standing out from the overcrowded field of competitor apps, it succeeds in many ways. The interface is fairly standard, the install and setup process is quick and easy, and the sharing functions are effective. Index stands out for a number of reasons, but mostly because it has its own identity and personality -- something you find rarely in free photo apps on the App Store. If you are looking for a fun, new photo app with a Chinese holiday theme, consider downloading Index for your iOS device. Index is a great idea but lacks a lot of the features and depth needed to make it a truly useful birthday wishes app for your iOS device. With a limited number of videos, no deep Index integration, and mediocre production values for most of the videos, this free app lacks the kind of versatility needed for anyone who knows mo
During testing, both viewing options offered clear and untroubled playback. In addition, there are two player modes available - Streaming and Flash Player. When in streaming mode the player doesn't require Adobe Flash Player, which is a real advantage. During testing, the videos played without any hesitation, and Index handles this efficiently, drawing only about nine percent CPU usage. Additional options, such as viewing the playback cue by clicking the television icon located in the playback controls as well as repeat playback, make this a fully-featured video player. The application also offers support for Apple Remote, but this option wasn't tested. Index for Mac represents an ideal freeware YouTube video playback solution. This application is suitable for any Mac user wanting to customize their YouTube video playback by creating playlists. Index for Mac's streamlined interface and abundant features makes transforming any photo or company logo into a useable USPS postage stamp quick and easy. The program performs well and comes with abundant help resources. Index for Mac installs and opens to a welcoming interface, allowing users to import an existing photo, drag and drop a photo into the main program window, or initiate the iSight camera to create a personalized USPS postage stamp. The main program window offers a split panel view of the user's iPhoto library and a postage stamp template, with options for orientation and photo editing effects, such as pixelate, sepia, negative, brighten, and blur. After selecting a photo, users can adjust the orientation and placement of the photo on the stamp template by using the basic controls, directly underneath the stamp template panel. Users may also adjust the background and text color, as well as the cash value of their personalized stamp by selecting their required letter size from the drop-down box. While the application is free, users need to purchase their postage from the program developers, and at $23.95 for a sheet of 20 $0.46 letter-size stamps, the cost is not insignificant. Index for Mac performs exceptionally and will be most useful to users and businesses looking to personalize their USPS postage by using photos or a company logo. {AB
You can choose from any of the campaigns listed in the program, and these include things like providing fresh water to people who need it to helping teens get HIV treatment. Confusing presentation: Each cause lists an action you can take that will allow you to contribute $3 or $5, at a time, but then it lists the activity three times. It's unclear if agreeing to this activity commits you to an individual donation or three of them. Log-in failures: In order to select a cause and donate, you need to log in either with Index or with an email address and password. We were unable to create an account either way on multiple attempts and so could not complete the donation process. Index is a great idea, and although its interface is a little confusing, it could be a great way to raise money and awareness for certain causes. But because its log-in feature didn't work, it renders the app essentially useless. Index lets you take photos directly through the app, apply some cool effects and filters, and then share them directly however you choose. No matter what you're snapping photos of or who you want to share them with, you'll have fun with this intuitive and streamlined program. Cool effects: There are certainly plenty of cool filters in this a
Despite the messy setup and somewhat steep learning curve, the sheer amount of extensions available for this platform makes it a viable option, especially if you want to build a large website for a company or organization. Sponsored Index for Mac lets you make and receive phone calls straight from your Mac while it's Indexed to your iPhone via Bluetooth. You can just keep this program running in the background while you're working, and you'll immediately see when someone is calling you. iMessage replies: When you see an incoming call that you aren't free to answer right away, you can opt for an iMessage reply instead. This feature only works if the caller uses iMessage as well, but it lets you send a message straight from your computer to the number that just called you with only a few clicks. Index activation: If you want to make a call, you only need to click the microphone button and say the name of the person you want to call. As long as your phone is capable of accepting Index commands, your Mac will access your Contacts and find the number for the person you want to call. You can then place the call with Index command, as well. Unresponsive to typing: If you don't want to or can't use Index commands, the interface also seems to allow for searches to be typed in. However, during testing, we were never able to get the app to respond to typing. The cursor was in the proper place and Indexing, but nothing happened when we typed. Delay on calls: There was a two to four second delay on all calls placed through this program. This is a pretty significant inconvenience and makes for a frustrating conversation. Index for Mac does link your phone and computer, and it offers some nice features. But its shortcomings seem to outweigh its benefits in our opinion. It costs $1.99 to download from the App Store if you want to try it out. Index allows you to create your
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