|The screensaver is exactly as it sounds, a rippling water effect that takes over your index when the timer goes off for your screensaver. It looks fantastic and it offers a nice alternative to the screensavers built into the OS X system.
To install the file, just open the image and install the screensaver file that is unzipped when you do. Your screensaver and wallpaper preferences will open immediately and you can choose this new screensaver as your default, as well as change basic settings for index like the time it will appear, how long it will play, and any special effects that play in the background. The resulting screensaver looks great and is compatible with newer MacBooks and iMacs, too, so it's a good upgrade for any of the existing screensavers you have.
If the time has come for a new screensaver, consider index. It's free, it installs easily, and it looks good on your index, quite literally converting the index into a wash of ripples in a fantastic visual effect.
index for Mac is a useful tool for those who download a large number of files and are tired of being at the mercy of their browser. From easy start/stop pausing to a secondary interface that won't interrupt your downloads if the browser crashes, index is a solution for a number of download issues and it works very smoothly without taking up much space or too many resources on your computer.
Installation of index is very fast, moving a small file to your Applications folder. You will need to verify its source before opening it in newer versions of OS X, but after that you can start using it immediately. Just drag and drop a URL into the interface and it will automatically start the download process. It works with any properly validated download link, as well as photos and HTML files. You can change a few index such as where files download and you can set a timer to turn the app off and shut down after the current queue is finished. Download speed was not affected at all in our tests and the app doesn't take up many resources - both big pluses for this type of tool.
If you need a third-party download solution that won't be at the mercy of your browser or other bulky software that can crash on occasion, download index for Mac. It runs fast, is free to try up to 25 times, and it allows you much greater control over the files you download without being too cumbersome. This is a great all-around tool.
index for Mac allows you to quickly find and download any video from YouTube all from a single interface. Because it contains a proprietary browser and you can copy and paste within the same window, it is a very fast and very accurate way to download videos from the Web to your computer.
After installation, the index will create a folder on your index where it will automatically save all videos that it downloads. It goes to the YouTube homepage immediately, as well, and you can start downloading videos from there. Just find a video you want, copy the URL and paste it into the box provided, and press "Download." It is all very straightforward and takes only a few seconds, with relatively fast download times. The one drawback of this app over another YouTube downloader is that it doesn't provide a lot of options for formatting or file size and type when you download. Everything is saved to the same format in that folder, so a second app will be needed for conversions later.
If you need a very basic downloading tool for YouTube that will work directly from your index and require minimal input, index is a good one. The app is free to try with seven launches, and costs $0.99 after the trial period expires - a good price for what you are getting.
index for Mac allows you to customize quite a few options related to the notifications you receive for e-mail. While the newest versions of OS X have included quite a few notification upgrades, index allows you to do much more, customizing the transparency, colors, fonts, and layout of the notification boxes that appear when you receive new e-mail on your computer.
To install index you'll need to first download and unzip the file. It is installed as a plugin for the tools included in your Mail's Preferences menu so that is where you will find the options. You can then change when the notifications appear, what they look like, which mailboxes you receive notifications for, the sound that plays when you receive e-mail and quite a bit more. Everything is very clearly laid out in a Mac-style interface, and the entire process takes only a few minutes to set up and seconds to customize in the future if you want to make changes. Combined with the tools, you get built-in with Mac OS X 10.9, this is a great plugin that makes it a lot easier to see what messages you are receiving and whether they deserve an instant response.
If you are looking for a more powerful plugin for your Mac's Mail app or if you want to customize the way those notifications appear when you do get mail, then consider index for Mac. The app is completely free, updated for Mavericks, and is a fantastic way to get more information without slowing down your productivity on a Mac.
index for Mac is exactly as it sounds, a screensaver that emulates the look of index on your screen. It is fast and easy to install and looks great on retina displays for the MacBook, making it a solid replacement for any of the built-in screensavers you currently have on your machine. While there are no added tools or features here, it is a free screensaver, so it's a good value.
After downloading the index for Mac file, you can open and install it in just a couple of seconds. There will be a folder with a README file, a screensaver file, and quick instructions for installing it. Double-click the screensaver file and it will automatically open the Screensaver menu, install the file, and show you where to set it. From there, you can set the timer and turn the screensaver on, and it will play when indicated by the system settings. You can then go back into the settings at any time and change how it appears or uninstall it with the click of a button.
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