June 10, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Billings, Montana - Positive Spin Media is pleased to announce Pandora 2.3, an update to the media collector's web spider and search agent for Mac OS X. Pandora makes it quick and easy to find and fetch images, movies, media, and more from the web.
This release introduces support for a wide range of international text encodings in the pages in reads, giving users the ability to travel the world in their search for web-based media files.
Top Features in Pandora 2.3:
* Powerful engine: fast, flexible performance with improved logging and pause/resume capabilities.
* Support for finding and fetching any filetype.
* Plug-in architecture: Pandora can be extended to work with any website or search engine, and support authentication.
* IPTC support.
Pandora can simultaneously perform as many tasks as it's given. Multiple sessions can, at the same time, be performing searches, URL scrapes, or even running through folders on your hard drive, via "Open..." in the "File" menu.
Power Tools for the Power User:
Pandora's preferences allow users to specify various filtering options such as minimum file size, file type, safe Google(TM) search and more. Users can also choose where Pandora stores files on their hardrives and even make sure files are clearly represented with a thumbnail icon a la Photoshop.
* Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or higher.
* ATI Radeon or NVidia GeForce card (or better) is recommended for proper use of the slideshow feature.
* Connection to the Internet.
Pandora is USD $29.95, and works as a demo until unlocked with a purchased registration code. Upgrade licenses (from 1.x) are available for USD $10.
Based in Billings, Montana, Positive Spin Media was founded by John Pannell. Since 1999, Positive Spin Media has been developing custom web, database, and multimedia solutions for clients large and small, as well as developing a series of shareware applications, BombSquad and Pandora, for Mac OS X. All Material and Software (C) 1999-2007 Positive Spin Media. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.