Welcome to episode 104 of the MacReviewCast, I want to thank you for downloading and listening to the podcast. We have a lot of great folks on today’s episode with their reviews and comments on software, hardware and websites that make using the Mac special. Plus I’ll have the top freeware Mac apps of the week and much more.
Here is the freeware and shareware I look at during the podcast:
Second Year anniversary Give-a-way:
I want to thank Steve Bayer for his donation of the Apple iPod Shuffle. I also want to thank Jean MacDonald at SmileOnMyMac for their donation of the full software suite of their products. And I want to thanks Altec Lansing for their donation of the iMotion IM3 Speakers.
Allison Sheridan from the Nosillacast podcast joins us this week with her review of the Altec Lansing M602.
Grand Perspective: http://grandperspectiv.sourceforge.net
Utility Lock: http://semaja2.net/utilitylockinfo
This week we welcome a new addition to the MacReviewCast family, Glenn Wolsey. Glenn writes for MacApper and Gadgetell among other online and traditional media. This week Glenn Wolsey looks at the following Mac Stuff:
Xbox 360 Guide: here
Arstech Safari: here
iTunes interview: here
This week we are talking to our friend from Spain, Chris Marshall. here is what he talked about:
I posted something from Tim at Pandora about an increase in the fees internet radio stations are going to have to pay. It is worth a read and supporting if you use Pandora or similar and want to support them.
I really liked Readiris PRO11 but a number of your readers have had poor experiences in the past, primarily based on the number of pages scanned at a time. I reviewed a number of the SmileOnMyMac apps this week which completed their portfolio. I like them all.
Trent Armstrong from the Mannerscast.com website joins us. This week he gives us his second in a series of Mannerscast mixing with MacReviewCast lessons. This lesson is on correct IM’ing.
Jeff Powell joins us today. Here is what he discusses
OmniPlan updated – Full details here.
BitTorrent Clients – Transmission and XTorrent Updated
Macintosh shipments in the United States increase 30% from
last year. With the most recent data, Apple’s estimated US
market share rises a full point to 5%.
Mac gamers immune to the most recent round of hacks
affecting players of the biggest video game of all time – World of Warcraft.
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