Posts Tagged ‘free


It seems there is a company called Xpango that offers free next-gen consoles along with some other interesting things like iPhones, iPods and other cool new gadgets. Of course you’ll have to do something in order to get a free gadget from them, but the good news is that the process seems relatively simple and quick…


Xpango uses a unique Credit system to reward its users with Free Gaming Consoles, Mobile Phones and MP3 Players. In order to receive the free gadget you desire you have to get a given number of credits that you’ll then exchange for the console or the gift you’ve selected to receive. For example, for a Nintendo Wii console you’ll have to get 19 Credits and for an 8GB iPhone the credits will go up to 27, but don’t worry, you can easily accumulate the points you need. And in no time you’ll get not just one, but a few of these cool gadgets… 😉


There are several ways you can get the needed Credits you need for the the gadget you choose to receive for free…

1. By Participating in Xpango’s Offers.
This means you have to register for some service that you may find interesting or useful. Most offers reward you with 1 to 4 Credits for each participation, with some offering up to 6 Credits. And the best of all is that the majority of offers are absolutely FREE to participate in, meaning you can gain multiple Credits at no cost. That is the best way of starting to accumulate more Credits quick and easy in order to get your free gadget.

2. By Referring your Friends.
You can tell you friends about Xpango and get Credits, it is so simple. You’ll receive a Credit every time a person you refer registers and activates their Xpango account (activation can be from your friend completing an Xpango offer or purchasing a product). This way you can receive unlimited Credits by telling your friends about Xpango and getting them interested in this service. Just tell all of your friends and let them help you get your new gadget, while at the same time they will get on the way of receiving a gadget they want for free.

3. By Purchasing a Mobile Accessory / Clix Package.
This is the least interesting way, because you’ll have to really spend some money in order to gain Credits and your idea is probably getting the console absolutely free of charge. Nevertheless by buying a relatively cheap mobile accessory you can gain 1 Credit. Also buying a Clix Package means you are paying for an advertising banner that can help you refer more people and thus increase your Credits. When you buy Clix Package you get 1 Credit and up to 250-450 people that may become your referrals, so even if only 10% of them get you a Credit you can still receive your free gadget.


The best way in gaining enough Credits to receive your desired gadget is to combine all the tree ways so you can earn enough credits in no time at all. And after you get a Nintendo Wii console for example you can continue earning more credits for another free gadget like a Playstation 3, XBox 360 or an 8GB iPhone or some other cool new gadget.

Click here to learn more about Xpango and to sign-up now for your new free console, mobile phone or MP3 player…


OdoPlus is a freeware program that allows you to track the distance your mouse pointer travels on the screen (not the actual distance you moved the mouse!). It also helps you keep a record of how often you clicked each mouse button (left, right, center) and in which part of the screen you click the most. This is represented in a special graphical window showing clearly the click distribution over the screen based on different colors. The OdoPlus is very lightweight, it only takes about 500KB of your system memory so you don’t have to worry about it taking too much system resources…

Download the OdoPlus mouse tracking application (~350KB)…

xPad 1.1 for Mac

17, Feb 2007


xPad is the ultimate notepad, TextEdit and Stickies replacement for Apple’s OS X. With a simple, easy-to-use interface and powerful multi-document features, xPad will quickly become your daily text editor of choice.

With xPad you can create as many documents as you like, all of which are managed in one window. Attached to that window is a drawer containing a list of all the documents you’ve created. Any document can be selected and loaded instantly – at any time – allowing you to easily create and manage hundreds of documents without cluttering your desktop.

Staying organized with xPad is easy. With the category editor you can create and color-code categories, then quickly assign documents in the drawer. Documents can be sorted by name, date or category. Now you can efficiently manage limitless documents with color coding that provides a constant reminder of your organizational scheme.

You can quickly rename documents, delete one or many, and export a single, multiple, or all your documents in both Rich and Plain Text formats using both drag and drop or conventional panels. You can also instantly export to your iPod, allowing you to read your documents when you are away from your computer.

xPad automatically saves your work, so you never have to worry about manually saving what you’re working on or accidentally closing something without saving???‚???and losing all your information.

The best of all is that the xPad is now available for free, the author has released a free registration code that you can use to register the xPad and have it fully functional…

Here’s a code for free use
Name: xPad User
Code: X6893-2055-5686-9378

Download xPad 1.1 for OS X (~670KB)…