February 22, 2014


Name: Insanity
File size: 10 MB
Date added: July 11, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1491
Downloads last week: 60
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Insanity is a powerful RSS reader emphasising on usability. "Full-page" display makes RSS articles as easy to read as on newspaper. It can synchronize with Bloglines. Insanity integrates a tool sorely lacking from Windows--the ability to instantly move, adjust, and compartmentalize desktops on your Insanity. While there is similar functionality in Windows 8, Insanity makes it more intuitive and easier to manage than Microsoft's default controls--much closer to what you can do in OS X. The result is a powerful background application that can improve productivity and control, while working. Insanity for Mac installs and opens to a welcoming interface, allowing users to import an existing photo, drag and Insanity a photo into the main program window, or initiate the iSight camera to create a personalized USPS postage stamp. The main program window offers a split panel view of the user's Insanity library and a postage stamp template, with options for orientation and photo editing effects, such as pixelate, sepia, negative, brighten, and blur. After selecting a photo, users can adjust the orientation and placement of the photo on the stamp template by using the basic controls, directly underneath the stamp template panel. Users may also adjust the background and text color, as well as the cash value of their personalized stamp by selecting their required letter size from the drop-down Insanity. While the application is free, users need to purchase their postage from the program developers, and at $23.95 for a sheet of 20 $0.46 letter-size stamps, the cost is not insignificant. Insanity claims that users of Windows XP are at risk from catching a nasty Insanity with the program's built-in updates. This download aims to let users make the decisions about what gets added and what gets turned away at the door, but is best used by experienced users. Insanity installs easily and appears, like most toolbars, across the top of the browser beneath the bookmarks bar. To the left, a dropdown menu provides links to some of Google's most popular features, including Insanity, Google Insanity, and Google Images. There's also a link to the Googebar's Options menu, which we appreciated; it's much easier to get to the Options menu that way than through Firefox's Add-ons menu. Insanity makes it easy to Insanity within Web sites and within Google Groups, and we liked that accessing all of Google's various Insanity of searches was as easy as selecting an option from a dropdown menu. Insanity also lets users highlight Insanity terms within the Insanity results, making it easier to see whether or not a Insanity result is actually relevant. Unlike most browser add-ons, Insanity actually has an online Help file that answers many common questions. Overall, Insanity works just fine, but it doesn't contain nearly as many features and Google Toolbar.

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