|Last update:||January, 2016|
With dual file selection tools and display panes, this efficient tool makes quick work of a tedious but necessary job. You can do nearly anything you could normally do on your own network from anywhere in the world, including watching movies from itunes, grabbing files (with automatic compression for faster transfers), accessing your desktop and hard drive, and even initiating remote sleep and wake up.
this program looks just like the old zune layout from microsofts mp3 player. Although it lacks some features, its chock-full of bells and whistles.
There is no interface, as it immediately checks your computers memory. This is a great way to access an almost endless amount of music.
Much of the basic system information is accurate, but newer hardware can give incorrect results. There are no easily accessible instructions, but the menus themselves are fairly easy to use for those with research experience.
Its full complement of drawing tools will pose little challenge to anyone who has used a typical graphics editor. Viewfinder is an effective and attractive app, but given its price (set to increase even further with 1.1) and that much of the functionality is available via other flickr-enhancing web sites, its only going to be of interest to heavy flickr users.