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iExplorer - Formerly iPhone Explorer, is an iPhone browser for Mac and PC

iExplorer - Formerly iPhone Explorer, is an iPhone browser for Mac and PC
Call them what you want, in the last few years we've seen texting (SMSs, iMessages, text messages, etc.) rocket in popularity. These messages are replacing phone calls, voicemails and even emails. We understand that your SMSs and iMessages can be priceless to you and that's why we've spent so much time developing the best tool to help you view, export and archive your messages and attachments. The iExplorer SMS client looks great and even works with group messages, images, and other message attachments too! Learn more about text messages, voicemail, contacts, voice memos ►

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Raging Menace - MenuMeters MenuMeters cannot be used on 10.11 El Capitan, please see "System Requirements" below. Introduction MenuMeters is a set of CPU, memory, disk, and network monitoring tools for Mac OS X. Although there are numerous other programs which do the same thing, none had quite the feature set I was looking for. Most were windows that sat in a corner or on the desktop, which are inevitably obscured by document windows on a laptop's small screen.

Daylite App A business productivity app for busy entrepreneurs and teams. Exclusively for the Mac, iPhone & iPad. Disconnected mess, meet organization. Running a small business can be pure chaos. You have customers to follow up with, deals to close, projects to complete, meetings to schedule, and a million other things to do. Daylite helps you manage your customers, sales opportunities, projects, schedule, emails, and more–all in one app. How to Copy Photos from iPhone, iPod to PC or Mac Introduction Depending on what type of device you're using (iPhone, iPod or iPad) and operating system (Mac or Windows) you're connecting it to, there are various ways to access your photos. In some particular cases, whether it's an older iPod, iPhoto isn't working properly or you're using a Windows PC the recommend photo transfer technique from Apple may not be ideal or even work at all.

Tracking Population Movements using Mobile Phones and Crisis Mapping: A Post-Earthquake Geospatial Study in Haiti I’ve been meaning to blog about this project since it was featured on BBC last month: “Mobile Phones Help to Target Disaster Aid, says Study.” I’ve since had the good fortune of meeting Linus Bengtsson and Xin Lu, the two lead authors of this study (PDF), at a recent strategy meeting organized by GSMA. The authors are now launching “Flowminder” in affiliation with the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm to replicate their excellent work beyond Haiti. If “Flowminder” sounds familiar, you may be thinking of Hans Rosling’s “Gapminder” which also came out of the Karolinska Institutet.

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard font management This page tries to provide a comprehensive overview of the way fonts are handled by Mac OS X 10.6. It covers the following topics: What is new in Snow Leopard when it comes to fontsFont types that are supported by OS XFonts that are included in OS X 10.6Locations where fonts can be storedFont search orderFonts that should never be deleted in Snow LeopardOther sources of information Before diving into OS X 10.6 specific font information, here is a quick recap of the strong points of OSX in general when it comes to font handling:

Automatically Mount a Directory on an iPhone, iPad or iPod to Your Mac or PC How to... Introduction Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod is a storage device, like a flash drive for your music, photos, documents, and other files. When you connect your flash drive to your computer, it can access, read/write, and use the stored files. iExplorer 3 can mount your device to your computer and turn it into a flash drive. This links your device data to your computer's native file system where it can be accessed in desktop applications in the save/open dialogs as well as appearing in Finder or Windows Explorer. What you will neediExplorerAn iPhone, iPad, or iPodA Mac or PC with iTunes installedUSB cable to connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPodBefore you begin

Review: Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Training London, 24-25 May, 2011 Course run by Oleg Fedorov and Oleg Davydov I don’t think it’s possible (or useful) to separate product-based training from the product itself, so this review will unashamedly cover both. Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011, unlike the other major mobile device forensic applications, primarily focuses on the extraction of data from smartphones, although it does in fact support data extraction from over 2,000 different hand sets including Nokia, iPhone, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry, Panasonic, Siemens, HTC, HP, E-Ten, Gigabyte, i-Mate, Vertu and so on. Windows Phone 7 is the main omission at present but this will be brought on board at some stage. For me a sign of a good software especially in the very fast moving world of mobile devices is the frequency of updates from the software developers, and Oxygen certainly don’t lack in this department.

Watch AVI video on a Mac You can watch many AVI movies without any additional software on a Mac just by playing them in the included QuickTime Player (located in the Applications folder). Just double click the file and it should work. But what if it doesn’t?

Excellent working MacOSX program. Transfere all your iPad/iPod files to your computer by phil.graphics Aug 23

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