AppLaunch is a Mac OS X version of the common “Run” or “Launch” dialogs provided by other operating systems and window managers such as Windows or KDE. It consists of an input box where the user enters a command line that will be passed to the applications workspace. A command in the AppLaunch meaning is not only a “pure” shell command; as of version 2 it may also be a file, an application, or an URL.
ApplPi is a stochastic noise machine that creates a soothing background noise for those who can't work in complete silence or need to mask distracting noise. It creates sound similar to any noise machine, but it's more musical and harmonic. Additionally, you can control the frequency (note) of the sound and choose from built-in presets of noise/sound.
ADTPro transfers disks to and from Apple II and Apple /// computers and the modern world using any of these communications methods: serial/USB, UDP via the Uthernet or LANceGS Ethernet cards, or audio via the Apple's cassette ports. ADTPro has comprehensive bootstrapping support for otherwise diskless Apple IIs. The home page includes extensive tutorials for getting started.
Apple QuickTime allows users to create, play, and stream audio and video content over the Internet. Features include playback of MPEG-4 video, AAC audio, and Instant-On media, easy-to-use controls, bass and treble controls, balance control, streaming media support, the ability to save movie favorites, as well as the ability to view VR and interactive content. The Pro version also includes an AAC encoder.
Safari is Apple's Web browser based on the Konqueror rendering engine. It offers outstanding performance, rendering even the most complex of pages at high speed. It uses advanced Mac OS X interface technologies to offer an all-new, much easier view of the Web, and features an advanced bookmark manager, built-in Google search, seamless downloads, and a pop-up blocking mechanism.
iCal is an elegant personal calendar application that lets you keep track of your appointments and events with multiple calendars featuring at-a-glance views of upcoming activities by day, week or month. iCal lets you create separate color-coded calendars for your home, school and work schedules, and it lets you view all your different calendars at the same time from within a single unified window. You can use iCal to remind you of time commitments, keep track of your deadlines, send and receive email and text-message notifications, set alarms, and even create and prioritize To Do lists.
iSync is Apple's new device-synchronization software that automatically synchronizes your contact and calendar information between your Mac, your cell phone, your PDA, your iPod, and your Mac OS X Address Book. iSync also resolves synchronization conflicts no matter how many different digital devices you use. It synchronizes your data in both directions and uses the most current information. If you’ve made a number of changes and the change is unclear, iSync will ask you which information to use when you sync.