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File name: INDEX
File size: 1468 Kb
Date added: 9 Jun 2010
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
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We signed in with our Twitter account, and clicked the check box that enabled us to view our timeline. With a successful log-in, we were able to see our profile's statistics at a glance such as number of followers, number of accounts we follow, as well as scroll through our Timeline to see what was happening on our Twitter feed. From the widget we were able to post our own status, and see how many characters we had left to do so, which we tested. Our newly created status appeared instantly on our Twitter feed and was visible on other devices, as well as on friends' feeds. From the widget we could also reply to or directly message other Twitter
After we installed it, we perused the Help file, which seemed to describe software far more complicated than what we'd downloaded. We began typing up test notes - called Padds in this app - using the three short fields at the top of each Padd for titles or headings, and then the larger field for the body of the text we wanted to type in. The app allows for searching within a Padd or across multiple Padds, and both options function well. We were able to quickly and easily find the notes we had written. Notes can be flagged, as well, according to priority or interest level, which is a nice feature. They can also be locked and private, which requires the user to enter a password to open them. The app also comes bundled with some other redundant tools, which allow you to search for files by type and for words within a file, a task made nearly impossible to understand through its implementation and incomprehensible Help guide. Index for Mac packs some interesting features in a li
But it does work well for finding new and exciting images, photographers, or collections you may not have seen before. The app is free with a single ad bar at the bottom supporting its use and it runs very quickly and very smoothly -- a top pick for Index browsing. Index is a stripped-down scan and transcription tool for the iPhone that allows you to take photos and then convert the text in those images to straight font-based text on your device. While this works some of the time, there are some issues related to the way the app is set up and the accuracy of the OCR transcriptions. When you open the app for the first time, you won't find any instructions, but there are limited options, so it's easy to get started relatively quickly. Select the "Photo" button and you can take an image of something with text written on it. After taking a photo, you can highlight the text in that image to tell the app
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