iClap
iClap
1.0

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iClap free download for Mac

iClap

1.0
22 January 2011

Control your Mac by clapping your hands.

Overview

iClap lets you control your Mac by clapping your hands. iClap tracks your Mac's input volume and uses it to determine when you clap your hands, iClap will then perform any action you desire.

Supported actions:

  • Open Finder
  • Hide All Applications
  • Activate Screensaver
  • Get New Mail
  • Play iTunes
  • Play VLC
  • Play QuickTime
  • Open Any Application, File or Script
Note to anyone not able to get iClap to detect claps: you need to clap twice and you need to have a second or two of silence between claps, do not clap too fast. iClap will also not work in a noisy environment. The clap detection engine is a work in progress and will be improved in future releases.

What's new in iClap

Version 1.0:
  • iClap is only available via the Mac App Store. 'Download Now' will launch the app's page in the App Store (requires the Mac App Store to be installed on your Mac).

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3 iClap Reviews

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GeogProf
22 January 2011

Most helpful

A valiant effort, but nevertheless ridiculous.
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Version 1.0
Don-Trammell
22 January 2011
I think it is sneaky the way they push the purchase to the App Store where you are forced to buy without trying. Then you have to fight with Apple to get your money back. I would not bother with this app simply because of the way the developer is trying to hide behind the app store. My thoughts.
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Version 1.0
GeogProf
22 January 2011
A valiant effort, but nevertheless ridiculous.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Garyi
Garyi
22 January 2011
Also I think a review of the name is in order, sounds like a digitally enhanced STD
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Syzzygy
Syzzygy
22 January 2011
Well now, better iClap than iGonorrhea, no?
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Thus-spake-z
Thus-spake-z
22 January 2011
Could be iCrabs instead of iClap, but please, God, save me from either one either one.
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Don-Trammell
22 January 2011
While this might be a novel and interesting way to control your Mac, I feel the way the developer has positioned his product as App Store only which limits redress in case of a problem is sneaky. Many people want to try before they buy and now this option does not appear to be there. Buy it and if you don't like it, then go through the dance to get your money back. Until the developer fixes the way to try this app due to the number of negative reviews, I would avoid this app.
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Version 1.0