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Zinc Internet video browser comes to Mac

updated 11:55 pm EDT, Wed June 3, 2009

Zinc released for Mac

ZeeVee has released a Mac version of its flagship program, Zinc. The application is an Internet video browser that compiles movies, television shows, news, and other videos from the Internet. The application is designed for use with either a keyboard and mouse, or a wireless remote control. Using Media RSS feeds, the program enables users to share their content with other users.

Although Zinc compiles videos itself, users can also add content to the application themselves. The program has a full-screen capability and can be viewed on both computer and television displays.

Zinc requires Mac OS X 10.5 and is available as a stand alone application, or as a plug-in for the Firefox Internet browser. Both versions can be downloaded from the ZeeVee website for free.

by MacNN Staff





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