Update 3 (10/9/2006): This list is getting rather old, but I guess I will just keep it as a proof for the history. For new Intel-native application lists, take a look at the latest universal builds on osx86project Wiki page.Update 2 (04/20/2006): As the new intel Macs become available, everyone is hopping on the “Universal” switch. What a successful switch to Intel, Apple!
Update 1 (11/17/2005): these universal build won’t work on the new 10.4.3 intel developer Tiger system.
Here is a list of universal binaries for both PowerPC and Intelx86 platforms.
Most of them are NOT official release yet, so, be prepared for bugs.
Internet Browsing / Emails / Remote Control/FTP etc:
- Firefox 1.0(Internet browser)
- Camino (Internet browser)
- Thunderbird 1.0 (E-mail client)
- Chicken of the VNC (VNC remote control client, compiled by myself)
- CyberDuck (FTP client)
- web kiosk application
- iStumbler (wireless, bluetooth discovery tool)
- Tomato Torrent (bittorrent download)
- BBEdit (famous text editor)
- SubEthaEdit (text editor that supports multi-user collaboration)
Instant Messager/IRC Clients:
- Adium X (IM Client, supports AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, etc)
- Colloquy (IRC & SILC Client for chatting)
- X-Chat (A X-windows client with Perl and Python scripting support)
- MacIrssi (open-source IRC client)
- Fire (another free Instant Messaging client, but it supports Google Talk!)
- LiveQuartz Image Editor(a simple image editor)
- VLC (media player)
- DragThing (dock designed to tidy up your Macintosh desktop)
- SyncupX (a backup application)
- Fazesoft AddressWeb (converts Mac OS X address book into an HTML document)
- Xbench (Benchmarking software)
- DosBox86 (DOS emulator to run old games)
- Snes9X (Super Nintendo emulator to play lots of games)
- Quake II (familiar with this name? you should be)
- NeuroLens (environment for the analysis and visualization of functional neuroimages)
Modified Date: 04-20-2006