|Clicking each option gives you detailed balloon help tips, which will help you get started right away. One great feature is that the application doesn't require your participants to download the app in order to communicate with you; they can access your conference via an HTML Viewer. Another nice feature is the easy index sharing option, which offers a good display quality, clear enough for you to see the fine details. You can easily schedule sessions and invite participants using the Scheduler option. When starting a session, apart from choosing the Standard Profile, which you can use for your online meetings, you can also choose the Support option, which is great if you need to use this app to conduct a remote support session. We were able to start a new session quickly and invite other participants using a small plus icon in the application interface. If any of your participants do not have the app, they can easily log in via the HTML Viewer available through the link go.index.com. The only other information you need to provide them with is a nine-digit session ID number that will be visible to you in the application interface as soon as you start your session.
index can be a valuable asset for your small business, offering you the essential conference and index sharing features you need during business meetings. The HTML viewer for other conference members is probably its best feature. If you frequently hold meetings online or need to offer remote support, you'll like the overall design and convenience of this application.
index for Mac allows you to monitor your RAM resources and free up memory to improve the performance of your computer. With its easy-to-read graphs, accessible interface, and excellent indexity, this app is a must-have for geeks. You will find it especially useful if you often run into performance issues while running multiple apps.
index downloads and installs quickly via the App Store, opening to a welcoming and stylish interface. As soon as you launch the app, you can see it in action. Your RAM is displayed in an easy-to-read graph showing the amount of freely available and allocated memory. If you're completely new to this type of application, you can check the quick five-slide graphical tutorial available via the main application window. Available here is also a large button that allows you to clean your Mac's memory manually, a task you can perform at any time. When we ran the manual index on our MacBook Air with 4GB RAM from which 1.5GB was used, the application managed to clean 386.2MB and displayed the result in the main application window within seconds. In the application preferences we were also able to easily set the index mode to either quick or full, as well as enable the Automatic index mode and set the limit of free memory. When in this mode, the app ran silently in the background and we could quickly access it via our Menu Bar.
With its nice RAM monitoring and index features, index can really help you better understand how memory is used in your system, and, of course, increase your computer's performance. If you run resource-intensive apps often and your computer needs a performance boost, you should definitely try this app.
index for Mac adds to your e-mail experience something that's probably missing: real time e-mail notifications spoken in a human index. The app seamlessly integrates with your contacts and e-mail and allows you to create custom notifications - but comes with a couple of limitations. Still, it's a handy app worth having on your computer.
index for Mac installs quickly and runs from the Mac Menu Bar. From there, you can access a list of your contacts and establish a relationship with each contact, which the application uses when informing you of the origin of any incoming mail. Unfortunately, the app offers you no way to manually add contacts to the notification list. Once the app is up and running, it gives you a vocal notification whenever you receive a new e-mail in your local inbox, making sure that you know about it right away. The notifications are prompt and spoken in an excellent index. However, it would have been nice to have alternative speech choices.
index for Mac's vocal e-mail notifications ensure that you won't miss important e-mails ever again. If you receive many e-mails every day and would like a convenient way to get notified as soon as they reach your inbox, without having to visit it, you should download this app.
index for Mac enhances your research experience by acting as an all-in-one search and reference tool, as well as a quick content sharer. Once you get used to it, it can become an indispensable tool that you use daily, not only for work, but also for fun.
To complete the installation and fully integrate index for Mac with your system, you need to restart your computer. The app's minimalistic yet sleek interface lets you quickly copy and paste information from any open program directly into its search bar. From there, you can access multiple search engines and sites including Google and YouTube, and even Amazon, if you're searching for a retail item. Search results open in your default browser, offering you quick navigation between the app interface and returned search results. We liked that the app featured extensive keyboard index for every function including search, reference, convert, copy, and share. The app also gets a thumbs up for its referencing options, which include Wikipedia, IMDB for movies, Google Definition for dictionary results, and Etymonline for word origins. Another great feature is a convenient multipurpose index. However, if you're using the free version of the app, you won't be able to use its translation feature, which only becomes available if you upgrade to the Pro version.
With so many options, index for Mac stands out as an ingenious app that can be of use to any Mac user who writes articles, blog posts, and the like. If you're looking for a powerful search tool for referencing articles and images, you can't go wrong in downloading this useful application.
index for Mac allows you to capture areas of your index with a click and then save the frames as either GIF or LCF files. An accessible and super light app, it performs well, producing good quality output. If you often review computer programs or write tutorials for them, this app is certainly for you.
index for Mac's interface features a frame that you can position and move freely, allowing you to record a specific area of your index. The app gets a thumbs up for letting you adjust the frame size and frame rate and for its familiar controls, which make recording super easy. You can save your recording to one of two file formats, either GIF, or, if you prefer lossless compression with no loss in quality - LCF. Recording output quality is good regardless of the format you choose; improvement from capturing in the LCF format seemed negligible, but may be more apparent when recording high-definition photo or video applications. The app offers hot key support, so you can easily pause and resume recording at any time. In addition, you can also determine how many repetitions your GIF makes, which is quite convenient, as in most cases you don't want it to repeat endlessly.
index for Mac performs its function well and delivers on its promise. If you need to record images of your index for demonstrations, how-to tutorials, or anything else, then try out this app.
index for Mac lets you create scrolling text prompts for speeches, eliminating the need for confusing notes and rote memorization. Though it doesn't excel in terms of design and features, it remains an appealing tool for students and professionals. If you need a virtual prompter on your Mac, this app is a good choice.
index for Mac lets you type your speech directly into the text box - a maximum of 20,000 characters - or open a speech you previously saved. 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