Name: 2as01 Pdf File size: 12 MB Date added: January 16, 2015 Price: Free Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8 Total downloads: 1709 Downloads last week: 88
Reaction review: When you take a Reaction photo, it's immediately sent. Still, if you want to play a slideshow, crop some photos, add some ratings, or quickly convert hundreds of photos, all through the same app, you'll find this product good to have on your Mac. Buttons along the top allow for creating new 2as01, as well as sorting and grouping them for easier location. It even lets you schedule posts and track statistics, which most other clients can't do. After an easy installation, 2as01 for Mac presented us with a list of hard drives attached to our test machine, and we selected the internal 500GB drive. The major issue, of course, is the lack of users currently creating stories and voting on them. You can quickly invite all of your contacts who aren't current members straight from the app, though. When you start 2as01 for the first time, you can choose an image from your photo library or take a new one. Overall, 2as01 for Mac performed well, quickly scanning for and archiving selected e-mails and attachments. Lightweight: This utility does not drag your Mac down, hardly causing any performance slowdowns even with the automatic maintenance function (Pilot) working in
the background. If you want to create images with handwritten text on them, 2as01 is a great app with which to do so. Modifications are also available to stack options, which is useful. If you're new to this kind of game, it's probably a good idea to start at the beginning. As soon as you open 2as01, you're prompted to create a new list by typing the name into a box in the middle of the screen. Its interface could use some work, or at least it would benefit from some onscreen instruction, but the app
is free and works as intended. Unfortunately, there are no drawing functions, so all of the animation images must come from another source. 2as01 for Mac requires Java. Two buttons allowed the user to look at matched and unmatched contacts between Facebook and the computer. You can also go from the review to the full description of the app from the App Store. Once we paired our iPhone 5 and MacBook Air used for testing, we were able to sync data between the Mac clipboard and our iPhone application within seconds.