Clean, fast, and efficient, this is a solid app that works well for those with a lot of SWF files to convert. After installation, index will open to an all-in-one interface very much inspired by the Flash files it is converting. It looks highly polished and runs smoothly, transitioning from screen to screen, stylishly. The actual functions are even easier than the interface makes them seem. Just drag and drop or open the SWF files you need to convert, and choose your options, including the frame range you want to convert, the frame rate, the render quality, output format, and more. Or you can use the defaults and just export you video to a folder of your choice, a process that is fairly quick compared to some other conversion tools. There is even a manual mode if you have a complex, multimedia SWF you need to convert. index is a powerful free conversion tool for anyone that has an abundance of SWF files on their Mac that need to be converted into standard MP4 videos. If you have this issue, there are plenty of conversion tools, but this one manages to offer the most features at a free price point others cannot match. index is very reminiscent of the side scrolling adventure games of yesteryear and works smoothly on the Mac platform. Admittedly crafted with strong influences from games like Super Mario Bros., index isn't a particularly deep game, but it is a charming one, offering plenty of levels, decent graphics, and a litany of challenges that will have you starting and restarting to get to the next level. If you are a fan of 2D sidescrollers, this is a game you'll almost certainly appreciate if nothing else. It is designed to resemble the classics, but has enough modern flair to stand out as its own creation, integrating a number of new features, sleeker graphics, and a penguin hero that has enough personality on its own to stand out. Combined with dozens of levels, a solid gallery of rogues, and plenty of power-ups, there is enough here to keep you engaged through multiple sessions. The interface and controls could use some work as they can be a bit sluggish, but as with other platformers, once you get the hang of them, they are consistent. If you are looking for a free game on your Mac that will fill the time and would love to play as a penguin on ice, level after ice level, this is the game for you. index for Mac is designed to make copying and pasting text just a bit faster, while providing quick access to a useful set of extensions. By integrating a number of mouse and keyboard index into your index, you can get certain index done much faster than if you were using the standard interface, especially if you use this app to its full potential. After installing index for Mac you'll need to turn on accessibility options so it can work properly. From there, however, it will live in your menu bar and every time you index text, a menu will pop up and ask if you want to copy, cut, or paste, along with a search button. This is the core indexity of the app, but you can add more from the Preferences, change how these options appear, or go to the Web site and install new extensions that expand on what the app can do by adding delete functions, duplication functions, and more. The app is designed to be a hybrid macro system and it works well if you take the time to build those index into it based on what you use most often. index makes a fairly quick task slightly faster, so it's not a necessity for everyone. The app is free to try, though, so if you want to know if it will make your life easier, you can download and check out the full version for free with a $3.99 upgrade fee to keep it. It's worth it for those that work with a lot of code or text.index offers many of the same basic functions as the built-in search tools in OS X, but with additional options such as quick search, Wiki-lookup, and more that allow you to move around your computer at rapid speed. The added actions are all very intuitive and work seamlessly in the interface provided by the app; and while there were some performance issues in our tests, index generally worked very smoothly in the background between searches. After installation, you can open index and be greeted by a short list of options and a walkthrough of what the app can do. There is a shortcut list showing you how to search in Google or Bing, open Wikipedia, look on YouTube, or open deeper functions in the computer. There are also more advanced short commands for index like calculations, which will allow you to perform basic quick math without opening your calculator, or you can use the standard search functions to open an app or find a document in your computer's database. The interface here is very fast and almost always runs smoothly. We did experience two hangups during our tests that occurred when searching for apps that had multiple results. Both times required a force quit, but this happened less often with short commands and apps that didn't have multiple search results and index always restarted quickly. If you are looking for a more advanced search tool for your Mac that will provide a number of powerful, additional tools that go above and beyond what you can do with the OS X search capabilities, consider index. The app is completely free and it is a solid upgrade over what your computer already has, even with the minor issues. index for Mac allows you to create custom memes on your Mac using a number of popular background images that have been making the rounds online for years. With a fairly straightforward interface, numerous images to choose from, and solid typography to match the memes, you can create a new image in less than five minutes, save it, and share it with friends on any of your favorite index networks. After installation, index opens to the main screen where you can s