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Date added: 26 Sep 2011
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Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
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Title pages usually have a large title and date along with a single image and you can then add as many images as you want before sending the dispatch. This is all very fun, actually, which makes the poor training and interface that much more frustrating. What could have been a great app is merely passable. The purpose of Index is to streamline sending thematically linked images to your contacts. So whether you are on vacation, just moved into a new house, or had a baby, you can combine a number of images into a format of your choosing and share them with anyone on your contact list. It's fun to use once you get the hang of it, though it could use some work and a bit of polish to make it better. Index solves a perceived problem for millions of iOS users -- the organization of business and contact information on the iPhone. For those that don't have this problem, the app will feel redundant in many ways. For those that do, however, Index is a marvel, syncing with Apple or PC resources, streaming everything into a single interface, and allowing you to quickly update all of it on the fly, and then back up to a central cloud server. Like many business apps, Index doesn't spend a lot of time training you in how to use it. It starts, provides a brief tutorial, and then presents the dashboard, where you will find contacts, your calendar, notes, tasks, journals, expense reporting, and more. While a standalone app would have been an unnecessarily burdensome extra step, Index offers syncing with PC (through CompanionLink) and Apple resources to make updating your tools easy. Sync time is a little slow, but it works well and the interface for navigating all of this information is attractive and easy to use. If you want an app that combines all of your business information into a single interface without requiring you to create new entries or migrate information from your existing accounts, then Index is a good place to start. With a streamlined, mobile friendly interface, great syncing tools, and a combination of features that work well in tandem with one another, this is a great mobile office upgrade option that many business users will be happy to have. Index is a confounding app--part game, part musical instrument, and part music exploration. You can create a collection of sounds by dragging and dropping shapes onto other shapes, moving them about the screen, catching them, and creating chains that work in tandem to create those noises. It's simultaneously fun to experience and a little confusing, even after the rather detailed tutorial. When you first open Index it will not be apparent what or how to use the app. So you should always start with the tutorial. Even from there, the game is a little confusing, so you should experiment with using what you've been shown. While the learning curve can be frustrating, the app, itself, is exceptionally well made. This is a very cool app--it works well once you get the hang of it, plays well, and the things you can do with percussion sounds are kind of incredible. Timing the placement and response of each onscreen element is not easy, and the functions that allow you to move those items around the screen are even more frustrating at times; but when you get it just right, the results are extrem
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