Quick Look: Bazinga 4 Mac
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Bazinga 4 Mac. The developer describes Bazinga 4 Mac as an app which can turn any web site, web page or web app into a native mac application. This allows you to access your favorite web sites quickly and easily without relying on your web browser.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

Update: We messed up with the price on this one! We’d like to make it clear that Bazinga is completely free, not $49.99 as originally stated. Sorry for the confusion!


Bazinga for Mac

Bazinga for Mac

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Easy to create mac apps, just create a copy of the bazinga app and rename it to the site you want to create a mac app for i.e. mac.appstorm.net
  • Create as many mac apps as you like
  • Change the icons of your mac apps
  • Share your mac apps on the internet
  • Bazinga 4 Mac is FREE

Requirements: Mac OS X or later

Price: Free

Developer: Regedanzter

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  • Luiz

    Bazinga 4 Mac = $49
    Fluid = $0 (Does the same but better and is free)

    • http://jonsterling.github.com/ Jon Sterling

      I know, right? This Bazinga looks like total bull-honky compared to Fluid.app.

  • Charlie Monroe

    Sorry, don’t want to seem like a douche, but you can do this with Xcode tools without any code in Interface Builder – with nicer back/forward/up/help buttons – I mean the dev could have at least bother to get some nice icons for those buttons – there’s a ton of *free* icons to be used even in commercial projects, some of which do look really good!

    Again sorry if this does offend, but why would I pay $49 for something that the dev obviously doesn’t care for and has less than 4 lines of code in REALBasic?

  • michou

    Fluid = $0
    Mozilla Prism = $0
    Bazinga 4 Mac = $49


    • laddy

      Bazinga is free. app storm messed up on the price review

  • mkid

    Bazinga for Mac is FREE

    Requirements: Mac OS X or later

    Price: $49


  • http://www.rpgrafik.com Rasmus

    Haha, seems so weird they write “BAZINGA FOR MAC IS FREE” and then.. waaaait for it.

    PRICE: $49


    • http://asafesite.com laddy

      It is free. app storm messed up on the price review.

  • http://asafesite.com Laddy

    Hi, I am the developer for Bazinga 4 Mac. First of all I am sorry that app storm posted the price of this program as being $49, that is wrong, it is FREE. 2nd, thanks for any comments both positive or negative. I recently switched from windows to mac programming and I know the standard for quality is much higher on Mac which is why I really appreciate your suggestions and I’ll do my best to enhance and meet the quality you expect based on your reviews. One thing I would like to point out is that Bazinga is not meant to be in competition with Fluid or Prism. It is similar but is more geared towards web masters who want to push their web applications out to the Mac desktop, and while not quite as easy to use as fluid (yet ;-) it is more portable i.e. it retains its custom icon if distributed over the internet. Again, any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks. Laddy

    • http://www.infrasoundkids.com L1

      I think it the UI looks a bit dated. Like something from 10.4 rather than something from 10.6

      Also the Icon looks like it came straight from Mac OS X itself. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen it about in the system.

      I’m not sure why I’d choose this over Fluid etc, unless i could send an app created with it to someone else without them needing the use of Bazinga. I think that would be a cool feature.

      • http://asafesite.com/software/macssb Laddy

        Thanks for your input. I will work on the items you pointed out. By the way, you can share the app you created with others without them needing to have Bazinga. Thats the strong point of this app.

    • http://joelfalconer.com Joel Falconer

      My feedback is, great job on the TV reference in the app name. ;)

  • http://davidappleyard.net David Appleyard

    We’ve fixed the price. Sorry for the confusion, and we’ve added an extra note to the post introduction making it extra clear!

  • Francis Chan

    Web Of trust rates it untrustworthy

    in the orange zone
    (out of red,yellow,green)

    • Laddy

      Web of Trust rates sites based on users comments and ratings, which if you look at some of them are false i.e. 1 person claimed to be the owner of a site which he isnt but still was able to give low ratings for the site he “claimed” he was the owner of.