G-Force
G-Force
5.8.3

3.0

G-Force free download for Mac

G-Force for Mac5.8.3

27 January 2020

Visualizer plug-in for iTunes.

What is G-Force for Mac

G-Force creates bursts and blooms of psychedelic color. Use it as a screensaver, a music player accompaniment, or a standalone display.

Take in mind-bending visuals while listening to iTunes. Create a bright, morphing backdrop for your next party. Or replace your played-out slideshow screensaver with something bold and beautiful. Get G-Force, and enjoy the show.

  • Endlessly unique. G-Force creates millions of combinations of booming colors, fluid textures, and dreamy shapes. You've never seen a visualizer like this.
  • Easy installation. Simply download G-Force and click to install. A world of visual splendor awaits you.
  • Try it and see. Experience G-Force for yourself

The published price is that of G-Force Gold. Additional pricing information can be found here.

What's new in G-Force

Version 5.8.3:
  • New visuals: Vesica Piscis, Divine Feminine, Circular Union (Power, Fire), Curve Into You
  • Installer now better accommodates Mojave and Catalina (to the best that is possible)

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Mikeymike
Mikeymike
Jan 1 2020
5.8.2
2.0
Jan 1 2020
2.0
Version: 5.8.2
I've enjoyed the SoundSpectrum apps for years, even popping for the Platinum versions. But it looks like the developer has given up on macOS versions of his apps since Mojave. Not even the screensavers work. There are standalone versions of all of the apps, well and good, but they no longer respond to sound input from any source. All of this used to be different—it just worked—and I felt I got my money's worth. Since the SoundSpectrum website doesn't even mention coyly sidesteps compatibility with Catalina, which is pretty disingenuous, and the current app installers date to 2018(!), it looks like this software line is dead. Until the dev brings his stuff up to current status, I'm not going to be renewing any of my app subscriptions. This is really disappointing.
kosovarnye@yahoo-com
kosovarnye@yahoo-com
Jun 25 2017
5.7
0.5
Jun 25 2017
0.5
Version: 5.7
$20 for a friggin' visual plugin (or $30 for the whooeee! "Platinum" edition?!?!" (Plus $15 or more for the frequent upgrade fees, or so I've read?) Well, there's a sucker born every day and unfortunately, the only person laughing is the developer...all the way to the bank.! G-Force is another insignificant product from Soundspectrum, who charges the same outrageous prices for the Whitecap visual plugin. I wouldn't pay more than $3 for aniTunes plugin unless it had AI built in and could do my tax returns and make my toast in the morning. (incidentally, the basic version of TurboTax is FREE and it does do my taxes.)
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
Dec 31 2016
5.5
5.0
Dec 31 2016
5.0
Version: 5.5
Well, if ever an update was worth the fee, this one is it. I was running version 5.4.3 and it was definitely buggy in full screen mode, in OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks and now in OS X 10.12.1 Sierra. Fortunately, for me, my license is still good so I didn't have to pay the upgrade fee. But in iTunes G-Force (version 5.5.0) now launches instantly into full screen mode when I hit Command-t, no stutters or confusion. If you want to leave full screen mode, use the escape key. And, or course, to quit the visualizer, hit Command-t again. If you are having no problems with an earlier version then you may consider not upgrading. But the improvements in this upgrade were obvious to me, something that has not always been the case. YMMV. And, as always, the G-Force visuals are mesmerizing.
WordWeaver
WordWeaver
May 30 2016
5.4.3
0.0
May 30 2016
0.0
Version: 5.4.3
Do you remember the time when kind-hearted software developers would ask you for a one-time payment so that you could use their app for life, and receive all future updates for free as well? Well, as an old-time Macintosh user, I most certainly do. Sadly, thanks to greedy companies like Adobe, those days are now gone, and many developers -- including the G-Force developer -- now demand a yearly subscription fee, if we wish to take advantage of the new features in their app; that is, assuming that there are any updates during the particular year that our license is in effect. In my case, I purchased a license for G-Force Platinum 5.4.2 a year ago for $30.00. Recently, I received an email notification informing me that my license was about to expire, and that if I want to enjoy any future updates -- and whatever enhancements they may include -- for the next year, I need to fork over another $15.00. And on and on it goes as long as G-Force exists, I suppose. I am having a problem with this; the reason being that over the past year since I acquired my license, there has been only ONE update -- 5.4.3. Based on the above "What's New" info, for Macintosh users, 5.4.3 has only included a few bug fixes, but no major new features of any kind. Now I am being asked to fork over another $15.00 -- basically by faith -- not really knowing what I will get, if anything, during my coming new license year. Will there be any updates? Will they offer any major new features, or just more bug fixes? Who knows? No one but the developer. Do you see my point? This is why I am uncomfortable with this whole yearly subscription model. It puts end users at a disadvantage. It also makes me feel like I am being milked for all I am worth. Don't get me wrong. I fully understand that software developers need to earn a living, and I have absolutely no problem with that. However, I am not convinced that the yearly subscription model is the way to do it. You see, in the old days, because software developers offered lifetime licenses with free updates, they had to work hard to acquire NEW customers, in order to keep their revenue stream flowing. Now, in my view, many of them have become soft, lazy and greedy, and they just want to keep milking their old customers over and over again. This may be the easy road for them to take, but it is wrong. If I am going to be asked for a yearly subscription fee, then I want to at least receive some kind of indication from the developer, what I should expect to be receiving in the coming subscription year, BEFORE I put my money down, so I can determine if it will truly be worth it. Let me conclude by saying that G-Force is a great app. No doubt about it. It is one of the best visualizers and screensavers I have ever used, especially if you are using the Platinum version. But the subscription model? Meh. What do YOU think? Let me know below.
outer
outer
Feb 20 2016
5.4.3
0.0
Feb 20 2016
0.0
Version: 5.4.3
Sorry to have to say, but this is the least stable & most crash prone release ever from this Developer. Unusual & bizarre. No response received within 24 hours of complaint, again, unusual. Something bad going down.
mattblackmanGeekEsq
mattblackmanGeekEsq
Feb 19 2016
5.4.3
0.0
Feb 19 2016
0.0
Version: 5.4.3
Wow - I remember this one from years ago. Neat to look at, but I just don't spend that much time staring at my Mac while listening to music - can't justify the recurring license costs (if I recall correctly, the $20 is for a time-limited subscription).
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Jun 24 2014
5.3
1.0
Jun 24 2014
1.0
Version: 5.3
I have changed my mind about this app. I renewed my license just Friday and I can't use it on my iMac Snow Leopard Macs. I was told by the developer I could use it on my Macs as long as I am the single user. I paid with PayPal so I will get my money back. I have sent them 7 messages and they do not reply. There is something wrong with their administration
leoofborg
leoofborg
Jan 18 2014
5.1.4
5.0
Jan 18 2014
5.0
Version: 5.1.4
I don't understand *why* folks are trashing one of the only two Screensavers/Visualizers that I'd even consider paying for (the other is ScreenSleeves by Peacock Media, buy *that* if GF runs your fans too much). Yeah, year over year I've paid. Why? 1/ Responsive Dev. Most dev teams are REALLY small, or if 'large' then they're offshore. You do NOT want that crap on your Mac. 2/ Small Dev Teams *have* to charge more. They're NOT Apple with a shitton of money in reserve. They're normal folks like you & me. 3/ G-Force is a REALLY speclalized visualizer AND App suite. As I said in the comments below, if you don't need it, or even don't need it *this year" then don't pay for it. I've dropped other subscription apps due to lack of need. G-Force (unlike those other apps) won't just 'expire' or 'stop working' if you stop paying. 4/ And FINALLY: It's been my experience that SS 'discounts' renewing subscriptions. Sure you've been paying $20 or so a year. Was that for GOLD or PLATINUM? Remember, Plat is $30 to newbs. There's no guarantee that SS will discount again. I'm just saying.. if you don't enjoy G-Force as much as you did, you can either move on or support the Dev. There *are* shyster devs out there trying to shake $$ out of you.. more towards the "Clean ur Mac" or AV side of things -- this Dev(s) is NOWHERE NEAR THAT. They do good work.
Kappe
Kappe
Dec 5 2013
5.1.3
0.5
Dec 5 2013
0.5
Version: 5.1.3
oh come on trash this
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Sep 29 2013
5.1.2
1.0
Sep 29 2013
1.0
Version: 5.1.2
Here is my Review and comments on this GREAT visualizer. First of all let me preface my review by stating that I am NOT an employee or relative of the Developer. This application is very expensive to maintain and to update.The staff are eager to reply to each and every inquiry by the users.I have used this app since its inception and it has improved over the years to such a degree that it is hard to recognize it from its first appearance.There is no way I will not back up this App with my money because of the rancor of the crowd that protests the charges. The Developers need money to produce the best Visualizer available anywhere on the web. their staff is large and the service is great,that is why I support it over the years.
$20.00

3.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
License: 
PaidOne-Time Purchase

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