Tsclientx is an alternative RDP client for you Mac OS X (PowerPC).
Tsclientx is an alternative RDP client for you Mac OS X (PowerPC).
* LimeChat 2.23 is an IRC client for Mac OS X and PowerPC friendly. Runs on Leopard (10.5).
Download here: http://mac.brothersoft.com/limechat.html
Usually links I prefer share on Facebook or Twitter, but this one is very interesting. By the way this site is awesome.
11PowerPC 10.4 Twitter Client – http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/working-powerpc104-twitter-client
All Mac PowerPC users are well aware that when it comes to Social Networking our applications are limited. It’s hard to find something that might work well for Mac OS X Tiger. In fact it’s virtually possible to find options for the Mac OS X Leopard. I actually still prefer use a good old fashioned Browser, when it comes to searching for these types of media. But this post doesn’t end here, previously we mentioned some applications for Twitter and we got really great feedback from our readers and I wanted to share some more options with you here. the list starts with:
* Echofon 1.5.7 – Twitter Client (I didn’t find a safe web-site to download from, but as far as I can ascertain, this version might work on PowerPC 10.5 / Leopard.
If you find or have a safe .dmg file please share with us. http://mac.brothersoft.com/echofon.html / Echofon download here: http://www.milocker.com/pg/file/read/79630/echofon-for-leopard-powerpc Thanks @rjCalifornia
* YoruFukurou 1.65 PowerPC 10.5 / Leopard https://sites.google.com/site/yorufukurou/home-en Download here – http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/35286/yorufukurou
* TwitQwik 2.0.0 (Free) Fastest way to tweet. – http://mac.brothersoft.com/twitqwik.html
* Twit Menulet 8 (Demo $6.00) – PowerPC friendly 10.3 / 10.4 / 10.5 – http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32331/twit-menulet – With this app it will allow you to check your tweets from a menu bar. Never was it so easy to keep Twitter on and check as many times you want. If anyone is running Panther, please let me know if it worked out for you!
A few weeks ago, I completed a survey about Social Networking and when they asked me which was my favorite kind of Social Network I didn’t even stop to think before acknowledging TWITTER. In fact it’s easy to get addicted to Twitter, in 140 characters or less. Either way its an ingenius platform to share articles and information with your followers. So with that off my chest, let’s now transition to a discussion about some Twitter apps for PowerPC Macs.
* Syrinx 2.3.1 (Free) – http://cl.ly/1j382t2s0P07 – PowerPC friendly, 10.5 / Leopard. Twitter client with strong efficient workflow, easy to keep track of your unread tweets using the bookmarking system, also has Growl support. One more feature is the great search bar that helps to find tweets/retweets etc.
* TweetDeck 2.7.1 (Free) – http://tweetdeck.com/ – PowerPC friendly, 10.5 / Leopard. This application makes the experience of tweeting even more fun and professional. Don’t miss any unread tweets! It also works with columns with diferent customization options including “Mentions”, “Direct Messages”, “Timeline”, and supports more than one account. Download it here: https://app.box.com/s/qk3icje4s2wjnio78rxo
* Twitterrific 3.2.4 – http://cl.ly/1Z1q2l113X0y – PowerPC friendly 10.5 but it might work on 10.4 as well. I appreciate your feedback if you happen to test it out.
* Twhirl 0.9.7 – (Free) – Easy to use and fast to tweet. Download here: http://twhirl.en.softonic.com/mac
Some of these applications (TweetDeck + Twhirl) are Adobe Air compatible, and to use them, you need to install them first: Air 1.5.3 – http://helpx.adobe.com/air/kb/archived-air-sdk-version.html
I didn’t try these applications on 10.4 / Tiger, I think some of them might work, let us know if someone happens to test them out. I appreciate your feedback!
If you guys follow MacPowerPC’s Facebook Page you probably are already aware that we are on vacation at the moment. This means that I had to leave my good buddy (my iMac G5) at home because I can’t take such a large machine overseas…. Can you picture someone at the airport taking an iMac G4 out of their carry on? LOL! Anyways, even while we’re away, I’m still trying to update our blog and found (on twitter) that someone installed Sparrow on a Mac PowerPC running 10.5/Leopard. I took a closer look and found that version 1.5 might work for us! I’m very glad to share this information with our readers and if you guys want to do the test and share the results with us, your comments will be most appreciated.
Sparrow 1.5 $9.99 – PowerPC 10.5 (Leopard) – http://mac.brothersoft.com/sparrow.html
This is a very powerful e-mail client and very minimalist as far as I can see. It’s easy to organize more than one e-mail account and has great support. Imap or Pop, it’s up to you. Also compatible with e-mail accounts like Yahoo + Hotmail that is very hard to sync these accounts. I think is a double plus.
Recently I took a look at the app’s website and there is a notice that Google bought this amazing app, so let’s hope they keep up the work or even make it better, but I’m not sure they will release something for PowerPC… anyways here is the link: http://www.sparrowmailapp.com/index.php
You guys know the drill very well, but make sure before you purchase any PowerPC app, contact the developers and make sure they will provide the right license for PowerPC architecture. :)
P.S.: Our reader Xenosage once mentioned that he had some issues to install an old version of Sparrow but just now I had a chance to find some sites that support the old version.
I was checking my old posts to review what ground we’ve been covering, and what directions we could take the site in. I noticed that we never mentioned the great e-mail client TenFourBird. I couldn’t believe it, because TenFourBird is one of the first applications that I open each morning. So this post is to make sure that TenFourFox gets a special place here on Mac PowerPC.
* TenFourBird 10.6.6 – 10.4 Tiger / 10.5 Leopard (G3 / G4 / G5) PowerPC – ThunderBird dropped the support for PowerPC a while ago and here comes TenFourBird based on the latest version of Mozilla ThunderBird and TenFourFox. It’s identical to ThunderBird: it’s fast, it’s light and it’s a very stable application to run. Compatible with most IMAP/POP e-mail, the developer did a great job for the PowerPC community and I want to say Thank You. :)
P.S.: * ThunderBird 3.1.20 is the version that will work on PowerPC (10.5 Leopard).
At one time we mentioned some options for Torrent clients for PowerPC and I think a lot of people use torrents to download “things” because it’s one of the most accessible posts on our blog and you can check it out here: http://macpowerpc.com/2011/06/01/client-bit-torrent-for-powerpc/. In this post you will find reviews on applications like: Transmission – 2.42, Vuze – 188.8.131.52 (seems to be compatible with 10.3 Panther), Bits on Wheels, Frostwire 5.3.6 and Tomato Torrent. But we’ve found some more options and present you with 3 more options that will make your PowerPC able to download files from the most popular web-sites like: PirateBay, IsoHunt, etc.
* Tribles 5.9.27 (Free) 10.5 Leopard/PowerPC – http://www.tribler.org/trac – Is a very different BitTorrent client and will work just fine. It’s has fast content search, wiki-style channels, video-on-demand support, no ads, etc. This application actually makes us think about a second post of Torrent clients and I hope you guys like it.
* BitTorrent 7.3.4 (Free) 10.5 Leopard/PowerPC – http://www.bittorrent.com/ – It’s another BitTorrent client that is very PowerPC friendly. Previously, I didn’t mention this application because we were looking for options specifically for Tiger. You can not go wrong with this very powerful application.
* uTorrent 1.6.4 (Free) 10.5 Leopard/PowerPC – http://mac.utorrent.com/ – Well this application is probably one of the most popular apps for Torrent downloads and there is a reason for that fame! uTorrent is a very powerful Torrent client and it’s light too! It has a clean interface and features like; search for torrents or browse content directly from your software interface, download torrents and manage your files in the torrent manage. I like that it has buttons for playing and streaming right where you can see them!
P.S.: uTorrent 1.6.5 – http://www.oldapps.com/mac/utorrent.php?app=5B8E3CF6A72E46E65F594DC38C8948EF
* Folx 2.0.1029 (Free or Pro – 19.95) 10.4 Tiger /10.5 Leopard/ PowerPC – http://mac.eltima.com/download-manager.html – This application I posted as a bonus because is a download manager that also download torrents and works with Tiger so why not?!
These latest additions are very powerful Torrent clients for the PowerPC. I hope you guys like them and if you find some other applications that we’ve missed, please share with us and we will review and post them here as soon as possible. Also, if you have time please click in one of the advertisements on our page or make some donations to help to keep this blog up and running. We run this blog for our own interests, and all donations will be very much appreciated, and help cover our costs. We appreciate anything you can do to help!!
This software probably has a different kind of user in mind. I don’t think “home users” would pay $70 for an e-mail client, but perhaps business users or someone that has to deal with thousands of e-mails everyday should take a look at this application.
One of the most important things to know about PowerMail is that it’s a heavy duty application and it will help you to manage your e-mail very fast/easy. For more information visit: http://ctmdev.com
* PowerMail (10.4 Tiger / 10.5 Leopard) (Demo) – http://www.ctmdev.com/powermail/
PostBox Express/Premium Mail Client for Mac Powerpc
Ok here is the thing, a long time ago I was searching for a good mail client for my Mac PowerPC, but all my research could turn up was Thunderbird and Mail being my best option! Everybody knows that Thunderbird dropped the support for Mac PowerPC and right now they are operating at version 12.0.1 leaving us behind at 3.1.20. But well, what to do, this is life and we’ve known the feeling for a long time now, so it’s time to move on with the available options!
Recently the project TenFourFox decided to release TenFourBird 10.0.4 which is the equivalent to the newest version of Thunderbird and runs on Mac G3/G4/G5. This news made the majority of the PowerPC users really happy because we finally would be able to have a good mail client. Anyways, a few weeks ago it happened that I found this app called PostBox Express 1.0.1 that runs on PowerPC 10.4/10.5. It’s an amazing app: simple and powerful, and works with most e-mail accounts including even “Hotmail” accounts. It’s too bad that the pay version 3.0.3 is for intel only, otherwise it would be perfect because it has more features than the express version. I need to point out that the free version is based on the same platform as the premium version, but clearly with less features, making it a good option for home users. We can not run 3.0.3 but Leopard users running 10.5 I have good news, you will be able to install the Premium/First Class 2.1.5 (trial version – 30 days). I don’t know how much it will cost to get this version but if you try and would like to share information with the rest of us in the comments section, we’d much appreciate it!
*PostBox Express 1.0.1 (Free) – http://www.postbox-inc.com/express_features
*PostBox Premium/First Class 2.1.5 (Demo) – http://support.postbox-inc.com/entries/276546-where-to-download-older-versions-of-postbox
More about: http://www.postbox-inc.com/