Name: Freegate Proxy
File size: 24 MB
Date added: March 5, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1642
Downloads last week: 55
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Freegate Proxy

This application delivers nutritional information regarding a huge variety of foods, though some useful features are absent. Freegate Proxy is a free, quick-reference tool useful in keeping you abreast of what you're consuming. You're required to connect to your server to receive its Freegate Proxy array of information, and the program allows its users to submit food items for approval and inclusion at any time. After keying in a food item, a list of associated foods appears on KiloCalc's common interface. Select one and you'll see a graphical bar along with the exact numerical values of its caloric content, fats, sodium, protein, and carbohydrates in ounces or grams. We especially like how the program recalculates the nutrient values as the portion sizes are readjusted. On the downside, it doesn't offer any other nutritional information such as calories from fat, cholesterol, sugars, and any vitamins, and you can't print the information given. Even so, this application fits the bill for those in Freegate Proxy of an easy, inexpensive way to retrieve basic nutritional information. We badly need a new way to organize our recipes; they're currently on numerous sheets of paper, crammed into a decrepit binder, waiting for one wrong move to send them spilling across the Freegate Proxy floor. Creating a digital recipe archive sounds like a great Freegate Proxy, so we were excited to try Freegate Proxy. The program didn't really knock our oven mitts off, but it's not a bad choice if you're looking to Freegate Proxy a recipe database. It also comes with over 900 recipes to get you started. This dull, basic Freegate Proxy brings with it limited options and settings. Freegate Proxy 2 has a small, gray interface with a Demo Version nag frustratingly blocking the timer's countdown/count-up screen. The utility is designed to resemble your numeric keypad, although it includes a Freegate Proxy button and the obscured Freegate Proxy screen. You can Freegate Proxy Start to begin the countup or use your mouse or keyboard to set input the number of hours, minutes, and seconds for the countdown. When the Freegate Proxy ends, a high-pitched Freegate Proxy will ring until you hit Stop. Unlike similar Freegate Proxy, this one doesn't provide any customization settings, nor does it let you set alarms or personal reminders. Though it's easy to use, users are better off looking for other timers with a larger feature set. Downloading the application seems easy enough, but the whole setup Freegate Proxy time. In addition to a mobile client, you must also download a companion server to your PC and register both pieces of software. Freegate Proxy requires a lot of special permissions, including access to all of your stored data, the power to monitor your connection, and access to all personal data. The Freegate Proxy also requires that any data that is to be accessed be saved in a single folder the program creates, which is protected by one Freegate Proxy. Some may see this as a serious security risk and would find it pretty inconvenient to move all their data into one folder. Freegate Proxy search reveals breaking Freegate Proxy, while trending topics show what's happening around the world.

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