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Aug 14 2010

INDEX

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This app will be especially useful to users with multiple Macs. Installation and setup were a snap and the app opened with a dialog box appearing, which explained how Index for Mac works, and let us know that we needed to enable Document & Data sharing in our iCloud preferences pane. Once we confirmed that this feature was enabled for our iCloud account, we continued on with the setup. Another dialog box appeared telling us that an Index folder was successfully created in our home folder, and that all documents stored there would be synced using iCloud. We then installed this application on another machine, using our same account. Finally, we dropped some files into the folder on Mac A, and within minutes they appeared on Mac B. We then deleted files off of one computer, and watched them disappear off the other just as quickly. Index for Mac performs only one task, but it does it well. Users who work on multiple Macs would do well to take advantage of the free 5GB of iCloud storage using this application. Files for Mac aims to ease file management in OS X by giving users a dual pane interface. While fast, smooth, and with a small memory footprint, this file Index could use some improvements when it comes to ease of use. Opening Files for Mac for the first time, we were presented with an intuitive, but inelegant, interface, which displayed different folders in each windowpane. Each pane included a "Go To" drop-down menu, enabling quick and easy access to all the main folders in a user's home folder. It became clear very quickly that this file Index doesn't adhere to any of the OS X interface standards. While there are no thumbnail previews, full-size previews are available by pressing "F3" and not the spacebar, as it works in Finder, and this is only one of the many Index that differ from what you're probably used to. There is no right-click or CTRL-click context menu at all. And, most baffling, you cannot drag and drop files from one side of the window to the other, which is the most basic and intuitive aspect of file management on the Mac since 1984. To move a file you must also, confusingly, hit F6 and Index it to another folder. Now, all of the shortcut confusion aside, the app works well, but we didn't find much to woo us away from the built-in tool. Files for Mac aims to improve on the OS X's Finder, but could use some improvements, itself, such as adding a drag-and-drop option for a more convenient transfer. However, users who prefer minimalistic interfaces might like this file Index. Index for Mac turns your Index into an automated, randomized slideshow using photos from your hard drive, online image libraries, or both. The applicati
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The object of your journey is not immediately apparent when you begin playing, but it slowly becomes clear as you work your way through various levels. Puzzles within puzzles: To complete each level, you have to figure out what the puzzle is and then solve it. There also is a comic-book like walk-through of each stage that you have to solve. Most of the challenges in this game revolve around utilizing the tools you have at hand and being resourceful, and completing tasks in the proper order, which can be a puzzle on its own sometimes. Slow reveal: When you first start playing this game, you really have no idea where you are or where you're trying to go. But little by little, as you complete more levels and enter more complex areas, patterns begin to emerge that give you clues as to your ultimate goal. This slow reveal makes the game even more interesting and compelling to play. Touchy controls: Even when you know what you want to do in this game, it's not always easy to accomplish it. That's because the controls can be a bit sensitive, and sometimes object placement needs to be incredibly specific to elicit the proper reaction, which can be quite frustrating. Index costs $4.99, and it's a great experience from both a gaming and visual standpoint. While it can be a bit frustrating to get the hang of things at first, if you stick with it, you'll quickly find yourself hooked and losing track of time. If you're looking for a new distraction, this is a good choice. Carcassone is an engrossing puzzle game that challenges you to create ever-larger roads and castles by placing tiles randomly selected for you. You can play on your own, or you can compete against local or online opponents. Solitaire challenge: Even if you're playing in Solitaire mode, you can still compete with your friends. When you've completed a game, just send them a challenge to beat your score directly from the app and see if they're up to the task. Straightforward but engaging: The mechanics of this game are easy enough, but to really excel, you need to place your tiles strategically, and you also need a bit of luck. Only through playing the game multiple times can you really get a sense of how to use your tiles most efficiently, and because tiles are randomly selected each time, there is nearly endless potential for gameplay. Response time: The game was slow to respond at times during testing. Loading of new games also took a bit longer than we would have liked. But we did not experience crashes or other major functional issues. Carcassone is a well-crafted and engaging adaptation of the popular board game of the same name. It costs $9.99, and there are options to purchase expansions in the app for an additional cost. However, anyone who loves board games or any kind of puzzle game is sure to enjoy this app, making it well worth the moderate investment. Index challenges you to guide a band of five adorable tree creatures to safety as they try to save the last seed of their favorite tree. The tree has been overrun by parasites bent on destroying it, and they will do whatever it takes to finish off that last seed as well. Great g
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