Freepath 2.0 Beta Available for Free Download


Freepath 2.0 Beta Available for Free Download

Created: Thursday, August 7, 2008 posted by at 10:22 am


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Freepath, Inc., today launched the public beta of its Freepath 2.0 playlist application, and its companion myFreepath content sharing community ¬≠site — both are free services, and allow you to combine your PowerPoint presentations in a playlist that seamlessly integrates many other media and document file formats apart from web sites and web services.

Figure 1 shows the Freepath site announcing the beta.


Figure 1: The Freepath site

Indezine has been promoting version 1 of Freepath as a free download since more than a year now, and we’ll soon provide you with more coverage on Freepath 2. Figure 2 shows you the interface for Freepath 2 Beta.

Freepath 2 Beta Interface

Freepath 2 Beta Interface
Figure 2: Freepath 2 Beta Interface

Users can package and share Freepath playlists through the myFreepath community site — all beta users get up to 100 MB of free storage space to enable a viral exchange of playlists and content. Figure 3 shows you the myFreepath site.

myFreepath: Homepage

myFreepath: Homepage
Figure 3: myFreepath: Homepage

Categories: freepath, online_presentations, playlists, powerpoint




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