Archive for March, 2011

Color Oracle – See like a color blind

March 30th, 2011

Are you color blind like 8% of all men?
If not, do you have any idea how you would see your screen?
Color Oracle knows:

This little nice little app changes the colors of your entire screen and shows you how a color blind person would see it. It even gives you 3 options for the 3 different variants of color blindness and can make a screenshot for you.
You may wonder what this application can be useful for apart from being a small gadget to impress your friends: it helps usability experts adapt the screen design to adapt them to the 8% of men who are color blind.

Note: you will need Java 6 to use Color Oracle

Screamer Radio – Listen to and download over 4000 stations

March 29th, 2011

If you like listening to radio, you are going to love Screamer Radio! This compact application lets you retrieve a list of over 4000 Internet radio stations, listed by country, type or language. The choice is then yours and the list is always automatically updated.

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GumNotes – Stick notes on any document

March 23rd, 2011

Note: This is the first of regular posts bringing you Another Marvelous App (“AMA”) we stumbled upon.
GumNotes is a note manager with a brilliant difference. Rather than sticking notes on your desktop, GumNotes can stick your notes directly to your document. It means that you can add notes to:

  • websites in Firefox, Internet-Explorer and other browsers
  • documents in Word, Excel, Images…
  • emails in Gmail and Outlook
  • emails, contacts and appointments in Outlook

GumNotes can also become reminders if you set a timer to it. And, last but note least, they can be shared with others and synchronized across your iPhone, PC, Mac, Android phone…

Firefox 4 officially launched

March 22nd, 2011

Just a week after the launch of Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla also released the brand new version of its navigator: Firefox 4. And, as usual, it’s immediately available on Allmyapps in one click.

Try it and less us know what you think about its new interface, additional developer tools and other goodness…

Jottiq – 18 antivirus in 1

March 22nd, 2011

Jottiq is an antivirus unlike others that lets you scan your files directly from 18 online antivirus such as Kaspersky, Avast, NOD32, Panda Antivir, Bitdefender etc., by right clicking on it in Windows.

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TopWinPrio – To manage the launch priority of your software

March 15th, 2011

TopWinPrio is a small application that will make the use of your computer a lot more comfortable. Actually, what this software does is instantly change the priority for the execution of the applications you use on your machine.

So, for instance, if you’re running an antivirus program, a Word file and your web browser, these three applications will be executed according to the exact same priorities.  And if the app you want to use right then is Word, the execution of the other two apps will be bothering you.

Thanks to TopWinPrio, all applications are started up with low priority, and only the one you want to concentrate and work on will be given high priority.  So in our case, Word will receive the highest priority level and will (almost) not be throttled by the antivirus and the web browser.

And that’s great if you’re fed up with losing your precious time and with swearing at your !&%$”/@  computer…

TopWinPrio is of course available on Allmyapps!

Internet Explorer 9 officially released

March 15th, 2011

Yesterday night Microsoft launched the version 9 of its browser, Internet Explorer. And, of course, it’s already available on Allmyapps.

This new version brings more performance, a cleaner interface and a better security. It’s also supposed to be more compliant with the web standards, for which the previous version have been criticized. Continue reading “Internet Explorer 9 officially released” »

We are on the Tekzilla Daily!

March 14th, 2011

Awesome surprise today!
Veronica Belmont featured us on her show, Tekzilla Daily. As big fans, this means a lot. Big up to the Revision3 team.

Eraser – Safely erase all your data

March 1st, 2011

Now you look me straight in the eyes! Oh boy, I can tell you’re like just about everybody: You got things to hide, I know you do!

And that’s precisely why today, I suggest you install Eraser. It’s just a little software, but it allows you to securely delete any file.

As a matter of fact, as you delete files from your machine, you should know that the right tools can easily restore them, even after you’ve emptied your recycle bin.  Which can be … embarrassing. The only way out: Erase a file and then encrypt the disk space on which your file had been stored.

And this is exactly what Eraser has to offer. You can select the encryption level…

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