- Cross-platform: available on all AIR-compatible platforms: Windows, OS X, and Linux
- Open source software using a New BSD-style license (source available at Spaz Google Code project site)
- Built-in global search powered by Summize
- Short URL creation tool with support for multiple services (is.gd, bit.ly, snurl.com, and more)
- In-line short URL decoding
- No ads
- Markdown syntax support
- Multiple themes and support for user-created themes
- User-defined CSS overrides
- Event sounds using the Tokyo Train Station soundset by Dominik Dimaano
- Directory listings of users you’re following, and your followers.
- Debugging and development tools and debug logging
FAQ & Help
- Spaziki: The Spaz Wiki and FAQ
- Join the Spaz Users Group
- File a bug or suggestion
- Follow Spaz on Twitter
Join the Team
Spaz is open-source and licensed under a New BSD-style license.
You can access the SVN repo at Spaz’s Google Code site.
The source code of Spaz.AIR is available in the
.air file — you should be able to open it with any “unzip” tool.
Automated “One-step” Install
Note: Spaz.AIR requires that the Adobe Integrated Runtime be installed on your system.
Previous versions of Spaz were written in RealBasic, and compiled for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The new AIR-based Spaz is, in the creator’s opinion, a far superior program, but you can still download the old versions and source code if you like: