Web2 Delight allows you to locate, view, and transfer your favorite videos from YouTube, Dailymotion, Veoh, and blip.tv, and photos from Flickr, Picasa, Webshots, and Photobucket to your iPods and iPhones. It also allows you to organize the videos and photos into custom collections, export videos to different formats, create slideshows, and burn the collections to CD/DVD. Web2 Delight can locate your favorite videos and photos with its search feature and then preview them. The videos are automatically converted to the iTunes compatible format.
Downloadermac is a Cocoa application for downloading items from the Internet. It frees up your browser for other tasks by reducing the load on your Web browser's process by creating a thread just for downloading items.(e.g. firefox-bin, safari). It is tested on both Panther (10.3.9) and Leopard (10.5).
Voila is a comprehensive screen capturing tool. It is built to grab, edit, organize, and share interesting contents from the user's desktop screens or the contents of web pages. Voila can be used to create presentations, tutorials, or documents quickly from various types of contents present locally on the user's computer or from the Internet. Voila captures contents either in full or in selected areas of the desktop screen. Web contents can be captured along with the associated metadata such as URL and tags. Live actions can also be captured into a movie in many standard formats. Voila offers a host of tools to edit and annotate. These tools help users to make their captures more informative and also increase their visual appeal. Users can create smart collections (i.e. rule-based folders) to organize content based on tags and description. It also facilitates instant sharing of work via FTP, SFTP, YouTube, Flickr, or email.
Instavue extracts the Instaviz diagrams from the user's iPhone or iPod Touch backups. The user can then choose to print the diagrams or export them to any of these vector and bitmap formats: BMP, EPS, GIF, Graphviz, JPEG, PNG, PostScript, SVG, TIFF, Visio VDX, or VML. Mac users can also export to these additional formats: JPEG2000, OpenEXR, Photoshop, PDF, Quickdraw, Silicon Graphics or TGA. Windows users can also export to the EMF (Enhanced Metafile) format.
TagoMan enables you to tag your documents, email, Web links or even iCal events and address book entries in a simple and consistent way. This allows you to group relevant pieces of information together regardless of which application it came from or where it has been stored. Furthermore, TagoMan can facilitate tagging as part of your daily workflow by offering full Automator and AppleScript integration. Its use of the OpenMeta framework means it can be used with an ever-growing number of applications out of the box.
BackupLoupe helps you analyze the time and space used by Apple's Time Machine facility and gives you greater control over the backup process. It can quickly identify the items which take up the most space. Its history feature shows how many versions of an item are available and when they were saved, as well as allowing quick navigation between versions. Drag and drop can be used to restore items to any location. Backed up items can be revealed in the Finder. File types are instantly identified. Files can be previewed and opened. Items can be excluded from future backups without opening Time Machine's preferences. Multiple Time Machine disks can be handled, as can backups in non-standard locations.
Notational Velocity is a Mac OS X desktop application that stores and retrieves notes. The same area is used both for creating notes and searching. I.e., in the process of entering the title for a new note, related notes appear below, letting users file information there if they choose. Likewise, if a search reveals nothing, one need simply press return to create a note with the appropriate title.
iMan is a man page viewer for Mac OS X. It provides a native Aqua interface as an alternative to the use of the man program via the Terminal. A variety of useful features have been implemented, including multiple viewing windows, viewing of man pages as well as any man-format file on disk, support for apropos and whatis database searches, as well as in-page search with regular expressions, browser-style history (forward and back within any window), user-customizable font styles, and support for links to man pages in several forms (man:groff(1), man://groff/1, and man://1/groff are all supported). The reusable framework core can be embedded in other applications to provide man page handling functionality.