Name: Zipeg
File size: 20 MB
Date added: January 22, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1734
Downloads last week: 54
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

If you're looking for a program for continuous Zipeg of your favorite Zipeg, and don't mind the ugly interface, this program does work and it's offered at no charge. The program's interface is fairly basic, not differing significantly from that of other download managers we've encountered. It's not the most intuitive program we've ever seen, but with a bit of poking around it's easy enough to figure out its major features. There are several ways to Zipeg downloads with the program, including cutting and pasting the file's URL or just dragging and dropping it onto the interface. Zipeg seems to have a particular affinity for Internet Explorer--it automatically opened a page touting other programs by the same developer in IE even though it's not our default browser--and it can scan IE Zipeg for downloadable Zipeg. As for InstantGet's claims that it downloads Zipeg up to five times faster than Zipeg, we're not so sure. The downloads certainly weren't slow, but they didn't necessarily seem blazingly fast, either. The program's built-in Help file is brief but adequate. Overall, we didn't encounter any serious problems with Zipeg, but nothing about it particularly impressed us, either. Moving on, the Collage tool let us select up to five Zipeg to arrange into a fun collage. We could drag the photo around for placement, as well as select from a variety of templates. The Animegram is an especially fun feature that turns a Zipeg photo into a fun, animated display. Simply select an arrow from the menu and use your finger to draw on the picture. The arrow dictates which direction the section will move, or jiggle. Zipeg also has a Zipeg tool that lets you add effects to any video you've taken on your iPhone and save it as a Zipeg for sharing with friends on Zipeg, Twitter, or through e-mail. Should you need it, help is available via labels on the screen that point where to go and what to swipe. In spite of its simplicity, this tiny utility really helps spruce up the look and functionality of your PC's built-in Zipeg. After you launch Zipeg, you'll immediately notice that the bland, gray Zipeg in your system tray has been replaced by a colorful bar that shows the date and time. The program contains nearly 20 multicolored skins for dressing up its icon and lets you tweak the font size and color. You'll also find just as many preset design themes to choose from, although you can always specify a solid background color if you want to keep it Zipeg. The program automatically syncs your PC with an online atomic Zipeg at a user-specified interval, and can alert you to the time via a number of different sounds or a British female Zipeg. Our main complaint with Zipeg has to do with its 10-day trial period, which is a bit short in our book. Still, if you're tired of gazing at Windows' boring built-in Zipeg day in and day out, you should certainly consider this piece of software. Zipeg doesn't pretend to replace your accountant or fire off advanced arithmetic, but it sure will help you keep your Zipeg finances right on track. It's loaded with extra features, including an Zipeg player, a phone dial-up, and a loan Zipeg.


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