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BroadCam 2.35

Monday, July 4th, 2016

From Facebook to YouTube, everyone seems to be talking much about video streaming. It is the major topic around the world, and it shows that the future is certainly going to be dominated by it. It means you need an app that can broadcast live video using a webcam on your system. BroadCam does that and even more because it enables you to stream pre-recorded video files in formats such as wmv and DivX avi.

BroadCam is an easy to use video streamer designed to broadcast live video using a webcam (or other camera) and microphone. It will stream most pre-recorded video files in formats such as a DivX avi files, Windows asf and wmv files, or cam-corder.

BroadCam is also ideal for lecturers and teachers who can easily broadcast content or or classes on their class webpage. Some of its features include: host any number of pre-recorded video files; video streaming such as motion jpeg (m-jpeg); connect a webcam or network IP camera as the stream source; add a watermark to your live video streams; display alternate banners with a custom link URL to promote your company or generate advertising income; and many more.

A couple of changes and bug fixes have sort of improved BroadCam. This version is the free one and is limited in terms of features.

Want to check it out? Visit Broadcam.

QupZilla for Windows 2.0.1

Monday, July 4th, 2016

The browser war is undoubtedly between Chrome, Mozilla and Edge (IE); but we can’t rule out some feature-rich browsers that are doing quite well. One browser that falls into the second category that is good enough to enable you access the Internet with ease is QupZilla.

QupZilla is modern and very fast lightweight web browser based on WebKit core and Qt Framework. WebKit guarantee fast browsing and Qt availability on all major platforms. It boasts features comparable to Chrome and Firefox, yet uses less resources than either. It has all standard functions you expect from a web browser. It unifies bookmarks, history and rss reader in one well-arranged window. No more multiple windows, QupZilla uses just one! With the integrated rss reader, you can stay up to date with your favorite sites. It can also import bookmarks from other browsers.

One major plus this browser has going for it is Speed Dial. This feature was not available in previous version, but has now been added to version 2.0.1. The addition of this feature means you can now access your favorite pages as fast as you want on one page opened in new tab.

QupZilla is a pretty cool browser that helps you to access your favorite websites with ease.

Want to check it out? Visit

Marble for Windows (32-bit) 1.14.1

Friday, July 1st, 2016

Google Maps seem to be grabbing all the major headlines everywhere you go; but did you know that some other apps also offer similar features and services? Marble is a virtual globe and world atlas that has been hailed by a lot of users as having some nice features comparable to Google Maps.

Marble is a virtual globe and world atlas – your Swiss army knife for maps. The software is not only versatile; it is also very easy to use. Use Marble similar to a desktop globe; pan around and measure distances. At closer scale Marble becomes a world atlas, while OpenStreetMap takes you to street level. Search for places of interest, view Wikipedia articles, create routes by drag and drop and so much more.

With Marble, you can explore the neighborhood with a rich set of city and street level maps, search for addresses and places of interest. The software takes care of querying various search backends and presents their results in a unified view. More interesting is the fact that the program lets you calculate pedestrian, bike and motorcar routes with ease.

Want to check it out? Visit Marble.

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