Ralf_Runstedt's Recent Posts
Easy to use, I like it.
Awesome game - been playing with physical cards for years, but this is a very nice change! Well done!
Nice app, but I think it's a "lil" bit expensive! :P But seriously guys, good work.
Really fun, I like this! :)
This is interesting. Under the term "Shareware" I understand, as properly indicated in the software, that I get to use all the features for a certain number of days. Here however, it works as such: 1) You get a screen telling you that you have a 10 day trial. 2) You try to use the app, but it's actually limited like a demo. What is it now, Shareware or Demo? That aside, it uses a lot of RAM and thanks to its restrictions, does not give me enough reasons to pay 50 dollars for something like this. Seriously developer, shorten your alerts' dialogues and create a proper trial.
How's the AppStore a guarantee that an app is great and awesome? Apple is a business, they want to earn money too and they do through application sales. There's no money back guarantee and even if there was: The app on the MacApp store is the same as you're offering here, which means all the problems I posted about above are still there. So I really don't understand the point you're making.
To be honest, I don't understand quite the fuss about the price here. I wanted an app, which allows me to manage my cookies without me going through every single one. As I like to experiment with different browsers I want to manage all of them in one app. After reading up a bit on cookies, tracking etc I have come to appreciate this application during its beta and have bought it now. The app is feature-rich and covers all the bases. I like it.
Thanks, I've found a better alternative thanks to Bnax's tip which also deals with my ad cookies swiftly.
Great little utility - it's pretty fast too! :)
Looks promising, but I don't buy things I cannot try. Too bad.
May I ask what alternative you're using? :)
Not really sure what to think of this..Let's start with the good part: It's sweet to the general eye, which obviously is important for software nowadays. However, the app's functionality is the same as Safari's - it's a very basic cookie manager with no extras, not worth $8.95 unfortunately as Safari does this for free.