This is Aaron and Billy’s Last Episode of The Almost Daily Freeware Podcast. Thanks for listening.
Today Billy talks about a free wikipedia app for the iphone, Aaron talks about a free but kind of pointless application for people who like to take polls. Plus a random chat about ebay.
These applications can be downloaded free from Apple’s iTunes Store
Just wanted to let you know that today’s show will be delayed by 1 day, the show will instead be released on Saturday.
It’s a Wednesday and today the guys talk about a system preference plug-in for Mac OS X
‘RCDefaultApp is a Mac OS X 10.2 or higher preference pane that allows a user to set the default application used for various URL schemes, file extensions, file types, MIME types, and Uniform Type Identifiers ‘
to find out more info and download a copy goto http://www.rubicode.com/Software/RCDefaultApp/
It’s Monday and we are back!
Today the guys dive into CD-Burner XP for Windows users.
Create CD/DVD HD-DVD’s and Blu-Ray disks
Create Audio Cd’s from, wav,wma mp3 and other formats
Convert iso files into CD’s and DVD’s
You can get this application from http://cdburnerxp.se
Also in this episode a short conversation on illness and iTunes 8
Due to a podcasters illness (it’s all Aaron’s fault this time) we were unable to record any of the shows for this coming week. So we will be back with new episodes starting Monday September 22nd.
Have a great week!
This Friday on the DFP we talk about iStat Menus for the mac.
some key menus are:
7 display modes, multiple core support. Monitor cpu usage for individual processes.
4 display modes, page ins/outs and swap usage display. Monitor memory usage for individual processes.
Disks usage and activity.
6 display modes and the ability to hide disks you don’t want to see.
Current and total bandwidth, peak bandwidth and IP addresses. PPP Controls for 10.5 users.
Monitor the temperature of your Mac with 2 display modes and the ability to hide sensors you don’t want to see.
Fans & Power.
Monitor the fan speeds, voltages, current and power usage, in your Mac. 2 display modes and the ability to hide sensors you don’t want to see.
find out lots more and grab your own copy from www.islayer.com
It’s a big day here on the show this Wednesday aaron picks a free creativity suite for Windows users from Serif.
FreeSerifSoftware.com allows users to download full featured free versions of its top creative applications,
PhotoPlus 6 is the perfect choice for editing and enhancing your digital images and photos for print, email and the web.
PagePlus SE is a great way to get into desktop publishing and easily design professional-looking documents for every occasion.
WebPlus SE lets you quickly design and publish stunning websites – no HTML or previous web design experience required!
DrawPlus 4 has all the power and tools you need to create attention-grabbing logos, striking text and artistic masterpieces.
3DPlus 2 can help you add a new dimension to your website graphics, presentations and desktop publishing projects.
Download all of this for free, visit http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/
Kick starting this weeks application picks the guys discuss bandwidth caps and an easy way windows users can keep an eye on just how much bandwidth you’re PC is pulling.
Net Meter monitors network traffic through all network connections on the computer it’s installed on, and displays real-time graphical and numerical downloading and uploading speeds.
To Download it go to http://www.hootech.com/NetMeter/
Today n the show, the guys talk about their favorite RSS Readers.
Billy uses a free application called Net News Wire that is now also able to run on the iPhone. Find out more over at http://www.newsgator.com
Aaron prefers to use web based apps for news, so he chooses Google Reader, This can also be used on almost any device that has an internet connection, such as an iPhone sign up for this free service by going to http://www.reader.google.com