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BackMan is a backup program for Amiga OS and MorphOS which features a MUI interface or, for those who don't like fancy user interfaces, a command line interface.
The Contact Manager is a unique product for the Amiga. It's best described as a diary / address book which allows you to store all your contacts' user information, favourite web & ftp sites and IRC server/channels.
A virtual storage driver for AmigaOS for mounting disk image files and accessing them just as if they were real disks. Currently supported operating systems are AmigaOS 3.0-3.9 and AROS. The GUI system used is ClassAct for AmigaOS and Zune for AROS.
General Purpose Engine for Graphic Adventures.
Jabberwocky is a jabber client software for Amiga Computers. It is open source and released under the GNU GPL License.
An open source IDE for AROS Research Operating System
The open source repository for the Professional File System for Amiga.
SRec is a program for recording videos from whatever is happening on your AmigaOS 4.x computer screen (useful for making tutorials, showing off games/programs, etc.). This is a purely software solution so no extra hardware is needed to use it.
YAM - The E-mail client for Amiga computers
AMIGIFT is a FileSharing Application for AmigaOS compatible systems. It is mainly a User Interface to the giFT daemon, plus the distribution includes everything ready to run. Currently supported networks are FastTrack, Gnutella, OpenFT, and Ares.