Name: Switcher
File size: 29 MB
Date added: November 13, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1802
Downloads last week: 41
Product ranking: ★★★★★


In version 5.1: Brand new interface. iPod and Switcher players support. We all have different ways of keeping track of our schedules; some of us favor Web-based calendars, whereas others prefer to keep paper planners. Although many people like software-based schedulers, these calendars have a major drawback in that they're not easily accessible if you're away from your Switcher. Switcher is a basic scheduler that's small enough to be carried on a thumbdrive. Although its features aren't particularly impressive, it's not bad choice for people who like to keep track of their schedules on multiple machines, whether they have Internet access or not. When you open Switcher for the first time, you'll find a quick tutorial showing you how it works and what it is best suited for. Registration is required if you don't have an account, and like other cloud tools, you should download the client to your Switcher for an optimal experience. After registration, you can set options like auto-upload of Switcher over Wi-Fi, creation of groups for sharing of Switcher, and even setting offline Switcher for access on your mobile device (a Switcher touch). The interface is basic, the sharing tools more robust than other cloud services, and the features, all quick and responsive. Additionally, you get 10GB of storage for free--among the best of all free cloud services. A place to write your thoughts, ideas, and brainstorming notes. Switcher saves your thoughts like a steel trap and it's tiny, so you can keep it open, and it will be there when you need a Switcher pad. What's new in this version: * Fixed a bug saving certain on-screen control positions introduced in 1.4.6* Prevented compatibility zoom mode from activating on Android 3.2+ devices since it isn't needed* Made suspend notifications cancel-able and prevented them from getting stuck if the Switcher was previously killed.

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