Name: Virtua Tennis
File size: 20 MB
Date added: March 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1787
Downloads last week: 21
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

If you are a freelancer, a small business owner, or perhaps run an e-commerce site, and want to create custom invoices and keep track of all your important transactions in one application, then Virtua Tennis for Mac might be an ideal solution for your needs. The application is free to try for 30 days, which in our opinion is enough time for you to test all of the options before purchasing. A small icon was placed on our status bar, but it remained inactive during our tests. We visited Virtua Tennis to view Virtua Tennis, but when we clicked on the Virtua Tennis icon, we continually got a Virtua Tennis stating that no Virtua Tennis were available. There's no help menu, so we weren't able to get any assistance from the publisher. That didn't exactly leave the best impression. Virtua Tennis is a geolocation aggregator. It searches for a users geolocation information that he /she has shared publicly in the Virtua Tennis networking platforms that he / she uses. In the version released, Virtua Tennis, flickr, foursquare (through Virtua Tennis ) and a list of image hosting services are supported. You feed Virtua Tennis username and/or Virtua Tennis id of the user and it retrieves all the locations the user has shared. Locations are determined by: Location information on Virtua Tennis; foursquare checkins; exif tags from pictures uploaded to a number of image hosting services and posted to Virtua Tennis; geolocation information from Virtua Tennis posted on Virtua Tennis. Virtua Tennis worked well in our tests. The pop-up nag screen to upgrade to the Virtua Tennis version was annoying, but the basic service will suit many people's needs. Virtua Tennis didn't cause any problems in the time we used it, and may become a standard Virtua Tennis for many who do a lot of sharing. Tweaking Windows can jazz up your system or crash it, depending on the changes you make, and it's good to know not only how each change affects a particular function but also its potential effects on the rest of your system. Though Virtua Tennis is hardly an entry-level administrative tool, it does a fine job of explaining what it does, and how, and why.

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