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This update constantly crashes Mail. I've had to remove it and go back to the previous version.
This new version crashes while operating. Has happened 3 times since the update. I reinstalled the old version via Time Machine. Old version is still stable.
Nice idea but badly implemented. Installed both apps on iPhone and Macbook. Signed up and began testing it out. Sending from Macbook goes fine. Trying to send anything from the phone simply does not work, not with photos, documents, links or clipboard...Simply nothing. Rebooted, reinstalled... but same story. Deleted this rubbish from my system. I'll stick with DropCopy. It simply works!
I wish crybabies like yourself Harridtype would stop harping on about how good an app works for you and trying to blame a user when the app fails to deliver. Grow up! My mails to the dev went unanswered BTW. My system is fine. DropCopy and similar apps work. Rread my comment again, if you missed it the first time and grow a brain.
I loved the 1 second video instructions! We need more useless stuff like that!!!
Forget it. This is abandonware. Bought the new iOs version last year. The website states new compatible Mac version coming. It's said that for more than a year. This is garbage!!!
I've looked and must say there is nothing in MacUpdate that comes close to the simplicity of this app. I've used it for years and will hopefully continue to do so. Other apps have the tendency to over complicate a very simple task. They have all sorts of options menus which are not necessary and take away from the functionality of the app. Tiger launch is great. Open it and there everything is. Uncheck what you don't want, refresh. Perfect.
I just get the connecting message and no joy. Any suggestions? - Macbook Pro 2010 running Mountain Lion - iPad 2 running OS5
This is an amazing program. Well made, does it's job beautifully and to answer the post below is definitely a replacement for Skitch. I've used Snap n Drag for many years and was looking for something with a few more options. Monosnap is it!
What is it with these so-called website download apps? I've tried this. Runs well, stable. Even let's me know when the site is downloaded. Pity it doesn't actually download ANYTHING. Good God! Back to Blue Crab.
For some reason it crashes on launch. And no, it's not my machine. I've a mid 2010 Macbook Pro, i7, 8GB Ram & Mountain Lion.