CCN X
CCN X
3.44

5.0

CCN X free download for Mac

CCN X

3.44
05 February 2016

Feature-rich personal-information manager.

Overview

CCN X is a text-based simple-to-use mini personal information manager with many helpful components:

  • Calendar in weekly, monthly, yearly views - color coded visual cues for dates with notes
  • Day Notes (notes associated with a date)
    • Searchable weekly, monthly and list views.
    • Recurring for the events that happen every week, month or year
    • Exportable to text and iCal
    • Spellcheck
    • Supports non-Roman text with unicode
  • Reminders - automatic and recurring with email notification
  • NotePads - User-created notepads for collecting To Dos and other important ideas you want to save
  • Digital Clock with many options such as chimes, 24 hour time. Uses time format of the mac.
  • Timers
    • Minute timers so you remember to take breaks or whatever.
    • Event Tracking Timers - elapsed time in Years, Months, Days from or to events specified and integrated to daynotes
    • Simple Project Tracking timer
    • Countdown - a realtime Days, Hours, Minutes and Seconds countdown to the date/event of your choice.
  • For Travelers and Photographers:
    • Time Zone monitor - track local time in other time zones
    • Sunrise and Sunset Times shown for current day
  • Some Other Useful Features:
    • Month and Day names are shown in the local language
    • US holidays
    • Week of Year shown in Weekly and Monthly views

What's new in CCN X

Version 3.44:
  • Bug fixes
  • Receipt validation updated

7 CCN X Reviews

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zo219
12 January 2008

Most helpful

Doggedly on, year after year, ignoring all that has happened to the Mac interface in the meantime. Sadly, for terminal geeks only.
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Version 3.24
andymona
20 December 2011
Use this at work to keep track of projects and when they are due. Very good program that is simple to use and has what I need.
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Version 3.39
GianMarco-Tavazzani
04 November 2011
Nothing to do, it can't start, freezing with the message that the demo allows to use it 15, 14, 13… times, freezing after freezing till the end. Rating the product without even only having seen it open would be unfair but… come yourself to the (tragic) conclusions…)
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Version 3.39
1 answer(s)
BrilorSoftware
BrilorSoftware
19 November 2011
Hello GianMarco, Would you send me an email with the detail ( which Mac, which OS X you are running etc. ). It sounds like you are seeing the splash screen which is normal during the 15 launch trial. The only failure I'm aware of is version 3.39 would not launch in OS X 10.5 because it was inadvertently linked with the wrong SDK. That has been fixed. If that is the problem being described, download again from my web page http://members.cox.net/ccnx and it is fixed. If not, please send an email with more details about the failure and your environment. Thank you, Brian S.
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zo219
27 July 2011
See my comment below. Only it's now July 2011. And no, I meant "terminally geekish."
Like (1)
Version 3.39
zo219
12 January 2008
Doggedly on, year after year, ignoring all that has happened to the Mac interface in the meantime. Sadly, for terminal geeks only.
Like (1)
Version 3.24
1 answer(s)
BrilorSoftware
BrilorSoftware
13 January 2008
ZO210 said: "Sadly, for terminal geeks only. " Assuming this statement is true, which it isn't, it sounds like a slam of folks using terminal. Most of my users are non-technical folks from all walks of life including teachers, artists, and others. Most are not technical. What they like is simplicity and CCN X provides that. CCN X was never meant to have a comparable interface or feature set of some of the more complicated PIMs.
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Version 3.24
Anonymous
20 June 2005
Not wanting to rant for the sake of ranting, but you could get Palm Desktop for free and it does all that and even more and it even synchs to and fro this little Palm gizmo thingie. I don't have any interests in Palm One Inc. but their excellent pim software is FREE, like in you-don't-have-to-pay-for-it. Just wondering what the point is with this app.
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Version 2.90
3 answer(s)
Brian Stevens
Brian Stevens
24 June 2005
After reading your comment I went to VersionTracker (sorry) to read the reviews on version 4.2.1 of Palm desktop. The most recent are not complimentary and even say it won't install in Tiger. THIS is one of the reasons I wrote CCN X. It runs fine in all of OS X. Also, Palm Desktop is clearly a freebie ("lost leader") meant to help generate interest and use of their Palm products. If Palm decides to discontinue it, the users will have little recourse because they didn't pay for it. CCN X (and its predecessors) was written in 1998 before many of the good alternatives were available, and has been updated consistently. I'd like to download Palm Desktop and compare features, but since it won't install in Tiger I can't. My bet is some features in CCN X don't exist in that product. For example, CCN X's implementation of event timers was a user request based on an old OS 9 product that did only that function. I haven't found this feature elsewhere. Also, unlike some applications (many of which are very good - like iCal) most users find CCN X simple to use. Lastly, I have hundreds of registered users that tell me with their fee and comments that CCN X has value. God willing, I'll be around for many more years and keep supporting my users. As a one person company, I turn around bugs and fixes quickly. There has never been a user that had a problem with CCN X for more than 1 day.
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Version 2.90
Anonymous
Anonymous
05 November 2005
Dude, if you don't like it and like Palm better, GREAT, go get Palm. Don't discourage this developer from developing a product that tons of users fine adequate for there needs.
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
26 November 2005
I think the original poster raised a fair question: what is the point of this software in the face of the competition. The developer has also given a fair answer so what's the problem? Everyone is a little better informed. If I had a question it would be how does CCN stack up against iCal, considering iCal is free and synchronises with other things (such as my Palm Treo 600 via iSync.) Incidentally Palm Desktop still works fine for me on 10.4.3 though it's been ages since I installed it.
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Version 3.0.1
Anonymous
09 January 2005
AWESOME SCREENSHOT!!
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Version 2.7
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
09 January 2005
Well it's OK, nothing spectacular.
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Version 2.7
Bruce C.
31 October 2003
Nice, clean interface. Boots up quickly, installed with ease on my laptop which uses OS 8.6 and includes all the features you really need to manage your day. Well worth the small $15 shareware fee. A great product!
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Version 1.4
Free

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
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