Cool Pick: WiFind

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Date: Tuesday, May 29th, 2007, 11:54
Category: Software

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In other news, reader David Blumenstein pointed out WiFind, a shareware utility from TastyApps that supplements the airport menu in Mac OS X.
Here, a user can click on the wireless network selector and observe additional information such as signal strength and whether or not a given network is open or locked.
WiFind is a 481 kilobyte download for the demo version and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run. The program retails for an US$8.00 registration fee and is coded as a universal binary capable of running at native speeds on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
If you’re tried WiFind and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.


wifind.jpg
In other news, reader David Blumenstein pointed out WiFind, a shareware utility from TastyApps that supplements the airport menu in Mac OS X.
Here, a user can click on the wireless network selector and observe additional information such as signal strength and whether or not a given network is open or locked.
WiFind is a 481 kilobyte download for the demo version and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run. The program retails for an US$8.00 registration fee and is coded as a universal binary capable of running at native speeds on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
If you’re tried WiFind and have either positive or negative feedback about it, let us know.

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2 Responses to “Cool Pick: WiFind”

  1. uhhh……how about free?
    Airport Wireless, from MacWireless, is just as good, maybe it doesn’t integrate into the airport menu but it is free and a widget (just as easy)
    http://www.macwireless.com/html/support/airport_radar/index.php

  2. I worked with tastyapps on the WiFind project – they are really cool people, helped me put the app together… and now they are helping me market it.