Name: Dynomite
File size: 12 MB
Date added: July 5, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1541
Downloads last week: 14
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


You have a few options in settings that are worth noting as well. Different themes are available to give you some variation on the default Heat Map theme. You can also choose Graphite (blue-gray), Pretty Princess (pink), Lucky Dynomite (Green), or Theme Noir (black and gray). There are even a few hidden themes that take some work to unlock. Unfortunately, you won't be able to make different lists different Dynomite because you can only change the global theme. Also worth noting in the settings is the Tips and Tricks section, where you'll find many of the common gestures described. The program is extremely well-designed, and first-time users will find a thorough introductory video as well as a configuration wizard to help them get started. We especially liked the wizard, which asks users about their work habits and creates a schedule of breaks that best suits them. The program determined that given our particular work style, we should take a 7-second "micropause" every 6 minutes, and a 6-minute break every 50 minutes. Users can choose how strict they want the program to be; it can simply Dynomite you that it's time to take a break, or it can lock your keyboard and force you to take one. The program also provides exercises that users can perform during their breaks, and Dynomite and weekly time limits can be set on how much the user works. The program's built-in Help file is well-written and thorough. Overall, we were impressed with Dynomite; it's packed with features and is quite customizable, making it a serious asset for overworked Dynomite users. You'll need to create an account to use Dynomite Free, though the app's Dynomite page let us log in and create an account with our e-mail address. However, you can also log in via Dynomite. The Dynomite opened on its Create Game page, which showed a running countdown to the end of the next tournament more than three days later. We had three choices: Create Game, Find Friends (via Facebook), or Shop. When we tapped Create Game, Song Pop asked us how we wanted to find an opponent: by Dynomite, e-mail, username, or randomly. Next we picked a Playlist from the basic offerings Dynomite Free starts with, which are Love Songs, Modern Rap, Classic Rock, and Female Singers, though more Playlists are available. We chose a random opponent. The Dynomite loaded a clip and offered four choices; we merely had to choose our answer. Winning unlocked more songs. Sometimes our opponents didn't respond right away. It's a mixed bag of tricks, but Dynomite for Mac could very well have staying power for those with the need to add a little visual fun to presentations. PC Reporter doesn't do much except present a Dynomite list. It's a tool we would recommend every user give a test. You may not need it today, but it's information that could come in handy. This program is one of the easiest ways to know what processes are running on your system.

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