Kingsoft Office for Android is an office software suite for Android. It lets you create, view, edit, and share Microsoft Office documents very conveniently. Kingsoft Office for Android is closely integrated with the email application, letting you view, edit, and send attachments easily. You can also access Box.net and any other cloud storage services that support the WebDAV protocol. Kingsoft Office offers a rich feature set, so you can style text with regard to size, color, boldness, italics, underlining, highlighting, and so on. Kingsoft Office for Android takes up minimal space and resources enabling your device to run quickly and efficiently. It offers low-level API calls to open and edit documents. Kingsoft Office for Android also has a built-in file manager with a user-friendly interface.
Chord Pickout for Mac is a program that guesses chords for you. Given a media file, Chord Pickout will transcribe the music and write down the chords that it recognizes. The process is fully automated. While most of its competitors use simple patterns to recognize chords, Chord Pickout applies complex math and shows outstanding results even in the toughest cases.
Serv-U is a powerful and easy-to-use file server which supports the FTP, HTTP, and SFTP (via SSH2) protocols to ensure maximum compatibility with the widest range of transfer client software. It supports SSL encryption, provides a Web-based interface to allow administrators to remotely access and configure the file server, includes a built-in transfer client to allow users to upload and download files from their Web browsers, provides photo sharing capabilities, integrates with Active Directory (providing levels of security based on Organizational Units), and can be accessed and administered in 13 different languages simply by choosing an appropriate language upon login.
Devilspie2 is a utility to find windows and changes properties of these windows with the help of rules written in LUA. For example, you can make a window of an application always appear at the same screen position each time it starts. It is a continuation of the program Devilspie, written by Ross Burton.