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It's nice to know that MS hasn't COMPLETELY forgotten Mac users. Where is office 2015? I can't even sync Outlook with my iPhone without and Exchange account. MS moves too slow for the modern world.
I basically like this program, has a nice feel to it but it lacks group headers in the message list, similar to Outlook has. It makes it difficult scan and organize messages without these headers. Otherwise it's good.
No alerts? What's the point of a task management system that doesn't offer alerts as a feature? Especially one which costs $80!!! It's a beautiful app, no doubt, but it's remarkably expensive even with an alert system and without, well....you figure it out.
Love it! First played a decade ago and it's even better, far less bugs and much faster on my newer computer. I have the newer SimCity too, but this is the one I play more. Just works well and really fun.
I like Locko's interface much more than 1Password and the application is stable and well designed but it needs features. Here is my list in order of importance to me: - wifi syncing - drag and drop items between folders - better organization of folder tab. Should segregate the generic folders which only hold one type of data with folders that you can organize yourself - manual reordering of folders - Title headers for the item list - ability to create or hide custom fields - create new items by drag and drop of items to the dock icon. Example I'd like to add a photo by dragging a pic to the dock icon and have the app know which folder i want it to go into. Same with a pdf file or text data - a popup window to quickly add a new item from any application - Of all the similar apps out there, I think Locko is the best suited to evolve into a desperately needed Bento replacement; a personal database, not necessarily focused on passwords but on personal data of all types. Since Bento left this space there are no real alternatives except for Tap Forms. Tap Forms is a nice app with a wonderful feature set but it's far, far too buggy and unstable to be taken seriously as a storehouse for personal info. Locko is very different, but it's tight programming and excellent UI make it a great base to build a personal database on. I hope the developer chooses this route rather than trying to compete with 1Password, I think that would be far more difficult than what I propose. Great app. Good luck!
Locko has manual reordering of folders, what I meant to say was categorizing of folders into custom groups.
I like it but three things keep me from using it: - lack of simple password protection with a timed cover or lockout - lack of a independent notification system that had variable snooze for all items, similar to what BusyCal offers - lack of contacts, reminders and calendar syncing App would be priceless to me with these features.
Ryo, thanks for the reply but I want timed password protection, I don't want to have to think about it. When I walk away from my computer and forget to secure it I want it to happen automatically without needing to do it myself.
I love it and restores faith in MS after languishing for years after the release of Office 2011 and the dismemberment of Mac Business Group but it needs some critical features that are present in the Windows version. Most notably is password security on a page level and a "shelf" or hovering window to get content in from other programs. Otherwise, I'm thrilled to see it on the Mac!
It's a good app and I use it but it's lacking one important feature and has one annoying UI element which I can't stand. The feature I want is simple password security, a timed lockout of the app when I get up to eat dinner and forget to hide it from my family's prying eyes. I don't need encryption just a simple cover for my work I can set to a timer such as 3 minutes. The UI element I really don't like is the Take Note window which is transparent black. This is horribly difficult to read and type in and serves no actual purpose except to look ugly. Please, Mr. Developer redesign the Take Note window to be a nice looking, well formatted standard grey window. Thanks!
I love this program and I've been using it for years but since Mavericks came out the ability to remove the dock icon has been lost. This is a major problem for me and I've stopped using the program because of it. There hasn't been a meaningful update in years (just bug fixes, etc.) so I'm wondering if development has stopped. I wish the developer would be more forthcoming on his plans. Minus 1 star for not being able to hide the dock icon. Otherwise it's a five star program.
MacJournal is wonderful, I've been using it for many years but I'm starting to wish for a real update. It's been a l-o-n-g time since the last major update and the interface is looking a bit out-of-date. I wish MJ would take some interface cues from Evernote which looks really good but I don't use because I refuse to use cloud services for private information. Plus Evernote doesn't have anywhere near the features of MJ such as timed locking, encryption, wifi sync, text tools, blogging and much more. I love it, but please update!