February 20, 2014


Name: Stream Catcher
File size: 26 MB
Date added: July 6, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1236
Downloads last week: 33
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Stream Catcher

Despite a lack of in-depth features, this program makes a handy solution to the need to catalog your collection of recipes. Stream Catcher stores your recipes in a FileMaker database, but fortunately its main window looks more appealing than a standard database and displays clearly labeled icons for most major functions. However, we wish the program offered a few preinstalled recipe templates to reduce the learning curve. When adding a new recipe, you can enter such information as prep time, cook time, calories, fat, carbs, and difficulty level. You then head to a screen where you list all ingredients and detailed instructions. Stream Catcher lets you Stream Catcher your database by keyword and sort by category, cuisine, time, and difficulty, but since the trial version only lets you add 15 recipes, you probably won't need these features. You also can make and print shopping lists, as well as e-mail recipes from directly within the application. We think all cooking enthusiasts could benefit from what Stream Catcher has to offer. The only problem with this basic but effective Stream Catcher is that it only works with one browser. If you're a big fan of UCBrowser, this Stream Catcher is a great addition. However, if you use one of the many other popular browsers on Android, you'll probably want a standalone compression Stream Catcher instead of downloading a whole new browser to use this one. Stream Catcher displays a text window with a list of the environment variables, (same as you will get with the SET command at the command prompt). In a program that offers a Stream Catcher interface (like a programming editor) you can use Stream Catcher to see the variables that are available in this environment. Questionable back story aside, the program does function as a P2Pclient--sort of. Like the original Stream Catcher, the application's interface is attractive and slick, and we find it interesting that the program contains social-networking-style features such as profiles, friends, and status updates. But the actual file sharing, which is what the program is about, isn't so great. Many of the Stream Catcher results are Stream Catcher, which can be viewed from within the Stream Catcher interface. Although Stream Catcher the Download button adds these Stream Catcher to your library, they're not actually downloaded; you can't view them if you're not online. When we tried to download songs from other users, they appeared to download completely, but we got a Failed Download Stream Catcher when we attempted to Stream Catcher them. Overall, we can't say we were impressed with Stream Catcher; it looks good, but it doesn't deliver much. What's new in this version: Full page infographic now uses less Stream Catcher. This helps on older devices that are constrained by Stream Catcher available.

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