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Article Spinners for Mac?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Kungfushi, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Kungfushi

    Kungfushi Newbie

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    Hello to the forum, this is my first post. I've read a bit about article spinners for PC's and the Best Spinner seems to be regarded as the favourite, but are there any decent spinners for Mac?

    I apologise if this question has already been covered, but I did a cursory search around the forums and couldn't find any mention.

    Cheers

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  2. Cyber_Demon12

    Cyber_Demon12 Junior Member

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    I don't know of any for Mac... Your best bet is to switch to Windows or get VMware and put windows on it and run your spinner on it... Its pretty nice and works well.
     
  3. Tseng

    Tseng Regular Member

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    I'm not aware of any Mac specific desktop spinners, but if you're using WordPress there are a few article spinner plugins available. You can PM me if you need one, I have RewriteIt! -- it works.. fairly well. I also do rewrites for a pretty cheap rate. :)
     
  4. zaedell

    zaedell Registered Member

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    I would recommend doing this. I run a WinXP VM for all my windows software. Most of the best IM software is written for PCs.
     
  5. footfall99

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    Exactly what Zaedell said. Get something like VMware or Parallels with Xp loaded and run a nice spinner. This is exactly what I do and it definitely works.

    I use parallels with XP and tbs and I am definitely running great. You can run your other favorite submitters and such as well like SEnuke...

    So if you are a mac user you definitely need to pick up a VM for all those windows apps.
     
  6. Kungfushi

    Kungfushi Newbie

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    Cheers guys, running Windows on my Mac feels wrong, but it would solve a few problems I suppose. It's either that or scab a PC off someone.

    Much appreciated.
     
  7. kilroy

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    Alternativally, you could do it online
     
  8. shylesson

    shylesson Power Member

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    I don't understand that language...=P

    There seems to be more of these free spinners popping up online now. There's one at
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    r-factorblog.com/articlespinner/ 
    too that does the autospin. It's ok, but like most automated softwares, still needs to be edited for polishing purposes.
     
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  9. Kharoche

    Kharoche Newbie

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    I purchased Rapid Rewriter a few days ago, mainly because I have a MAC. It looked fine, does what it claims (not as easy as the ad claims) but does the job. However, I've had one big problem. It only activates when you're online. Its supposed to work online or offline (it is software you purchase). It crashes everytime I try to activate it offline. If I activate it online, then turn off my internet connection it also works, but if I turn off my MAC then turn it on again, the same problem.

    I've contacted Matt about this and he asked me to send him a video showing the problem, a real pain in the a.., because the file is too big and after paying $97, I shouldn't have too!

    I'll keep members posted on how the "legendary" Matt Carter solves this problem. It's too bad because there is not a whole hell of a lot of article spinners for MAC users. I hope he fixes it!
     
  10. djprog

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    I really would like one too ! Off course i'm runnign Vmware with XP, but just to spin a few articles it's a real pain to have to wait the sh*tloading time of windows to begin spinning.

    I don't even need a synonym dictionnary as they're all in english and won't work for what I need.

    I think i'll end up hiring someone to make a simple one for MAC with simple jet spinning syntax.
     
  11. Phil25

    Phil25 Newbie

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    I am also always looking for tools on mac, and an article spinner would be great. I don't like running parallels since the crappy windows slows everything down... The best option would be probably getting a cheap ass laptop where run the windows programs..
     
  12. MoneyMakerRay

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    Spinning online sucks. I use VirtualBox on my Mac (free and kicks the shit out of Parallels and VMWare) to run Windows, and use spinchimp (http://spinchimp.com) for spinning.
     
  14. gavin8492

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    dont buy a mac lol