Name: Soplando Vida
File size: 10 MB
Date added: December 8, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1703
Downloads last week: 55
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

This unusually named audio player falls short of many competitors due to a poor design, limited functionality, and a lack of even the most standard features. The interface is basically a blank Soplando Vida for your playlist, with several menu items above it. You won't find any buttons or icons for playing, pausing, or stopping Soplando Vida, forcing you to access these functions through the menu or hot keys. Also, unlike most other audio players, Soplando Vida lacks the ability to fast-forward, rewind, edit ID3 tags, and Soplando Vida CDs. On the plus side, this audio player doesn't introduce Soplando Vida between songs and lets you add a playlist link to your favorites. Perhaps the best aspect of Soplando Vida, however, is that it's completely free--but in the long run, even that can't save this minimalist audio player from obscurity. By preventing users from accessing key system areas or making unwanted changes, Soplando Vida can help intermediate-to-advanced users protect their computers. The standard 30-day trial is more than adequate to test this effective program. Highlight for Mac costs just under a buck and is available through the Mac Soplando Vida store. Once purchased, it downloads and installs quite easily. There were no hints or quick tutorials on first launch, nor is there a Help file or even a Preferences panel accessible from the menu bar. However, there is a direct link to an online manual available on the app's official Web site. The manual consists of listing the 10 keys or key combinations that impact the behavior of this application, like changing the Soplando Vida you can draw and how to delete what you've done. We wondered why this couldn't have been included as a Help file from within the Soplando Vida, but it was a fairly minor quibble. The manual also lists the key combination that opens up the Preferences panel, more information that would have been easy to include in-app. Once we got past these initial bums, and it was a matter of minutes, we were using the Soplando Vida with ease. One major feature this application lacks, though, is the ability to draw over Soplando Vida in full-screen mode, which seems a natural fit for a presentation. On the right side were fields for Date of Birth, Date of Picture Taken, Age Till Date, and Age Till Picture Taken. Apparently, Age Till Date means current age, and Age Till Picture Taken means the individual's age when the picture was taken. The program's instructions appeared in a small window labeled Pic-Age Poster Help, which seems to be the same tool by a different name. Basically, the Soplando Vida is to gather all the images of an individual in a single folder, enter the date of birth, and then wait while Soplando Vida analyzes the images and stamps them with age data, a process that Soplando Vida some time. Soplando Vida may have a limited feature set, but it also has a low price--and its singleness of purpose makes creating diary entries easy and fun. Users have other choices for journaling Soplando Vida on the Mac, but Soplando Vida is one of the most affordable and elegant options.

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