Cortig

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+3

Despite a few limitations, it's still a very useful tool and probably the best I've seen in the category. Ironically, the app doesn't seem to detect it's own updates and doesn't auto-update :-)

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Version 6.0.1
PrismPrismComment
Cortig
+0

The provided link is for the demo version. You can actually only update the app thought he Help > Check for Updates… command.

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Version 6.0e
SnagitSnagitReview
Cortig
+0

I really like this app. Simple and easy to use yet quite powerful. The editor got a very nice update in the new version! I've tested several screen capturing apps and this one is currently my favorite!

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Version 3.0.1
Cortig
+0

The app works well and had no trouble with any of the Blu-Ray disks I tried. A few updates ago though it started launching automatically every time I inserted a BD in my drive and I simply *cannot* figure out how to prevent this. Changing the preferences does nothing (I even played with the UTIs association through RBDefault Apps without success). I contacted the support and they never ever got back to me… (not a good sign overall) If anyone has the slightest clue… I'm open to suggestions.

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Version 2.10.3.1568
Cortig
+8

Not a bad player, not the most amazing and comprehensive player either. I'm not sure what's going on wight he extremely positive and negative comments but I tried to give it a fair try. It played mostly everything I tried and didn't have a crazy footprint on RAM or CPU. The playback was nice and smooth. The only thing I didn't try was Blu-ray disks (but the file association preference seem to imply it might read them — which I find storage since the same company sells a blu-ray player and this app is free). The app is also localized in a number of languages, which is a plus on my book! Now… it has the same file association preferences as the MacGo Blu-ray Player (I can't understand it, it takes everything over and gets quite a bit on my nerves). It also has a limited skill set. Not many options, especially for playback (e.g.: jump x seconds ahead of behind, customizable shortcuts, etc.) As I was saying, it's not a bad player, but not yet a real competitor to MPlayerX, Movist or VLC. I'll wait to see how the app evolves and what features the next versions will offer.

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Version 2.10.2.1547
Cortig
+7

Well, the app doesn't play blu-ray but still launches automatically every time I mount one on my Mac. Since there is no way to disable this annoying "feature" and since I didn't really need the app all that much, I decided to trash the app altogether :-\

Cortig
+0

I can't live without this app (and MailTags). Mail is an OK app, but these add-on really push it to the next level in terms of organizations and usability. Really helps if you're into GTD.

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Version 3.0
iFFmpegiFFmpegReview
Cortig
+2

Great app! Lots of options, easily accessible features and a very responsive developer!

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Version 4.0.0
Cortig
+0

Version 2.0.4 corrected a number of issues that I had in version 2.0.3. The authors have been extremely responsive and addressed them immediately. The application is now stable and responsive for me and provides a great level of flexibility allowing me to manage my cookies in multiple browsers. Very convenient indeed!!!

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Version 2.0.4
mpvmpvReview
Cortig
+1

Not bad for a fairly early version. Performances are pretty good though the app lacks quite a bit of refinements on the UI standpoint (no preferences, etc). Of note; the app is not signed.

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Version 0.3.2-
Cortig
+1

I'm not sure what's so special about this app since Outlook.com is now accessible through IMAP and you can do all that in any IMAP capable client (Mail, Outlook for Mac…) directly :-|

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Version 1.0.1