Consola 1.1 review

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Consola is a 'Bluetooth Proximity Media Server' application for Mac OS X 'Tiger'.

License: Freeware
OS: Mac OS X
File size: 260K
Developer: Consola
Price: $0.00
Updated: 16 Aug 2006
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Consola is a 'Bluetooth Proximity Media Server' application for Mac OS X 'Tiger'.?It detects all bluetooth enabled devices in range and sends them data such as text, images, animated Gif?s, audio, flash, video, java,or vCards. You can administer the content you send, and avoid spamming users with repetitive media, and may also schedule and automate the entire process.

The purpose of Consola is to serve as a location based mobile media server. It?s use is aimed at content providers in general, but anyone is free to set it up and run it?s own local media server.

The Blacklist feature protects nearby peasants with Bluetooth-enabled devices from being abused by repetitive content. If you reject a file, you won?t be asked twice.

What's New:
This is the version 1.1 of Consola which includes several new features (such as Surface) and enhancements (such as running on Intel based Macs). Thanks to all the beta testers which helped with their feedback.

Changes[since 1.1b1]:
Consola now compiled as a Univeral Binary ready to run on all the great new Intel based Macs.
Surface now optional and disabled by default.
Added webcontent support via .webloc files.

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