Cabos is a free file sharing software that is based on other ones such as Limewire and Acquisition. Free file sharing software is all over the internet nowadays with P2P file sharing being one of the most popular ways for people to get hold of the files that they want. Cabos gives yet more choice to those who want the chance to get hold of files by sharing with others.
Cabos uses a very simple interface compared to the other free file sharing software out on the market (like Ares, GigaTribe). This makes it perfect for the novice to use as well as the seasoned professional. The style of interface on the OSX version will certainly be familiar to iTunes users as it seems to reflect the kind of style that Apple use for a lot of their software.
Whilst on the topic of iTunes, one of Cabos’ most useful features is the fact that it is fully integrated with iTunes, making it very easy indeed to get any downloaded music files onto your iPod as quickly and easily as possible. Combined with the very similar interface, Cabos is clearly a program that has iTunes users firmly in mind, which is a risky move as it can alienate those who dislike Apple’s unique design techniques.
These include the sidebar which is the nerve center of the free file sharing software and allows you to launch all of the tasks that you use when working with the program. It means there is a general area that you can run the entire program from, meaning there is no awkward time searching around for a particular option.
So in conclusion, Cabos is a much cleaner bit of free file sharing software than the likes of Limewire, both in terms of the amount of malware involved and the general appearance. Also, Cabos dwarfs its competitors in terms of simplicity with one of the best user interfaces I have ever seen for this form of software. Cabos is definitely a wise choice for your file sharing needs. We Love it!