Mac OS X Software
Mac OS X
DiskAid transfers music and video from the device library to iTunes - including playlists, ratings, counts and comments.
It copies files between the Mac and any iPhone, iPad or iPod through a USB cable or via the Wi-Fi network.
DiskAid also accesses iPhone data sets such as Text messages, MMS and iMessages, contacts, voicemail, notes and voice memos and saves the data onto the computer for backup or sharing.
DiskAid is an all purpose file transfer software that lets you browse the whole contents of the device file system and in doing so lets you transfer and store files to the all installed apps, store files on the device and view them on the go.
Other features include browsing and transfer iCloud files and Photo stream.
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 or higher, iTunes 10, iPhone or iPad running iOS 4 or higher, any iPod
Create interesting playlists with ease
Autofill your iPod with fresh playlists
Discover new music from the iTunes Store
Get all the facts on your favourite artists
Why The Filter?
Not so long ago half your record collection would sit in the attic, gathering dust. In 2007 it is more likely to be languishing in the dark recesses of your iPod or laptop, unplayed, unloved. We always think we will get round to making great playlists and rediscover hidden gems, but lets face it, who has got the time?
Easy to use playlist creator
Simply download our free software, highlight one or two songs that typify what you want to listen to from your iTunes library and The Filter will generate a playlist for you that suits the mood you are in. It saves hours of your time and will rekindle your love of your music collection. Even the most dedicated music junkie will not be able to resist the temptation of our playlist generator.
500 songs in iTunes colelction, or greater, iTunes 7, or greater.
The Ontario Wine iPod™Guide has the following features:
thousands of wines sold in Ontario
search by name, type, or price
works on all iPod™s since 2002
iPod with a screen
Comes with 200 recipes from National Councils (Beef, Pork, Chicken, Rice)
Input your own recipes
Import from MasterCook and other recipe applications
Modify any recipe or duplicate then modify
Add and modify your own origins, types, catagories and classifications
Find any recipe quickly, multiple ways (Simple or Advanced search)
Create meals from individual recipes
Create and print shopping lists that match store aisles the way you shop - Shopping lists to iPod
Cooking View - large text to read across the room
Kitchen Helpers - add more of your own as well
Print or email recipes * Add recipe images straight from iPhoto (Apple application)
Plan your own Staging
Keep variations with each recipe
Input your own nutritional values by interacting with the USDA Nutritional database
Track recipe history - great grandmothers recipes will never be lost again
Help/FAQ and complete User Guide online
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher; Universal Binary
Apple Matters has a new feature, This Day in Apple History. Every day the site will publish a story about what happened on this day in Apple’s storied history. This widget displays the date and topic of this days event
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
This is a tool to switch between the two options (including one hidden option) for iPod Battery Status display. Your two options are the default “Icon” view, showing a picture of the battery with the dark part filled to indicate how much current you have left. The other view is a “Numeric” view. It shows a number between 0 and ~500 to indicate your voltage. This software automatically detects which setting you are currently using and switches to the alternate method.
Mac OS X
Now you can find your favourite restaurants with a simple click of your iPod.
Take the best Toronto restaurant guide with you wherever you go. The Food Ontario (Toronto) iPodGuide has the following features:
- addresses and restaurant phone numbers
- search by cuisine, neighbourhood, price, or special needs
- menu recommendations
- dine-in and take-out information
- Food Ontario (Toronto) price category
- accepted credit cards
- works on all iPods since 2002
From the people at toronto.foodontario.com, the premier guide to Toronto’s dining scene. For installation instructions, please visit http://toronto.foodontario.com/ipodguide.php
Any iPod since 2002 with a screen.
If you ever asked yourself how long your workout routes are and what route you should choose for this evening - then TrailRunner should be your training-partner.
Geographic display of your workout area.
Plan routes interactively.
Route description and direction signs at crossings.
Timed-checkpoints according to your pace.
Rate your favorite tracks.
Plan routes automatically with target distance and as many favorite tracks as possible.
Export route descriptions onto your iPod as Notes-Text or NanoMap-Photos
Collect your workout data in a Diary.
Send to and exchange routes with friends and workout partners.
Import GPX-Tracklists from GPS-units.
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher (Universal)
What if it were as easy to get stuff into your Mac as it is to find it with Spotlight? Enter Trapper Keeper, a light and accessible utility for managing your notes. Always available in the menu bar, if you’ve used Spotlight, you’ll find it instantly familiar (as in instant results). Just type and press return to create a note!
Revolutionary combined input/search field
Spotlight-like search system is intuitive and instantaneous
True syncing of your entries with multiple iPods
Text copied in any other program is instantly accessible
Password protect sensitive items
A quick-pick for all your notes is included to further protect your information
Instant paste of an entry into a background textfield
Mac OS X 10.4
TubeSock grabs YouTube videos from the web and copies them to your video iPod, Mac, or PlayStation Portable. You can preview the videos in TubeSock directly. TubeSock knows how to convert video using the codecs and bitrates best for each device. It can even add the video to iTunes for you. Includes easy integration with Safari and Firefox. Until you register, converted videos are limited to 30 seconds.
Mac OS X 10.3.9, iTunes 6.0 or greater for “Add to iTunes” feature, Universal Binary
Got an Apple TV, video iPod, or iPhone and want more content for it? Wish you could watch YouTube on your TV or iPod? Like to keep copies of your favorite internet videos on your Mac?
TubeTV is a new freeware program for Mac OS X Tiger and above which enables you to search for, save, and convert Google Video and YouTube videos to a format suitable for playback on your favorite devices.
A built in search bar and web browser helps you conveniently locate your favorite videos, or, if you prefer, jump to the current URL of your default web browser with the jump button, or paste one in directly. High quality video conversions using the H.264 codec are performed with QuickTime®. Double clicking on a converted video file will open it in iTunes allowing easy library addition and syncing to your desired device. Note that TubeTV does not interact with iTunes directly - it’s the same as importing any other video file to iTunes. Alternately, just drag a saved video file on to QuickTime Player to view it locally.
Yes, it’s true that Apple has added YouTube support to the AppleTV (June 20th) and iPhone, but TubeTV can still be helpful for saving your favorite videos and adding them permanently to your library. It’s also still a great solution for viewing content on your video iPod, phone, or locally on your Mac.
TubeTV is featured as Merlin’s pick of the week in episode 40 of the MacBreak Weekly Podcast (er. Netcast), and in episode 106 of the Mac ReviewCast Podcast! Thanks guys!
What else is it good for? Older computers tend to be too slow to play YouTube videos at full speed - they stutter and skip frames. Use TubeTV to download the movie and then play back the flv file with QuickTime player at full speed rather than suffering through the stutter - this works even on an eight year old Mac like a G4 400 MHz tower (from 1999!).
This software doesn’t require an installer; just copy it to your Applications folder and launch.
A preference sets whether or not the downloaded flash video (flv) movie is converted to H.264 automatically after downloading. If conversion is enabled, you will end up with two movie files in your chosen download folder unless you have selected the auto-delete original option. The file ending in .m4v is the one you should open with iTunes and sync to your iPod, iPhone, or Apple TV. F
Mac OS X 10.4 or higer, QuickTime 7.1.5 or higher, Perian 0.5 or higher (http://perian.org/)