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I used other alternatives like MusicBrainz (very good tagging software, but more awfull to tag), and bought tuneup in a software bundle. Now I've been using it for a few months and used only on four albums. I don't like much the interface and the license activation scheme, the software it's bulky in size. On the other side, this software it's really easy and very smart tagging songs including album cover, also has undo after a wrong tagging. I think Tuneup it's a very good tagging software for iTunes, but I have doubts about it's price, to me looks expensive for any kind of music tagging software.
Awesome image editor, tiny, fast, good workflow(maybe for me), and even cheap. It has a discount price "15 bucks" for WDC at the Mac App Store. Please apologize my awful english. :)
One of my favorite games. Really addictive indeed. It's a simplified approach to the old versions, this for some are bad but for me it's even better because I also play Civ IV sometimes, both versions are great. The only drawbacks i see are: The Steam client it's a little awful on Mac (consuming resources), and it's very hungry with my videocard (9400M) even using only 2D map this game eats a lots of CPU and RAM (under Bootcamp and XP is even worse. WTF?). The gameplay is also a little boring by the fact of the notification pool. The DLC's are expensive in my opinion.
For apps like this one is why I love Apple's way of doing things, a simple and maybe stupid folder for beautify or tag them. This app can help you to catalogue (and also enhance exploring or management) and beautify your Mac. For me this app simply helps me putting the names of my TV show on their folders icons, or putting a picture/texture of my manga collection grouped by folders, catalog my development files by folders colors, and many more creative ideas. And are so cute and cool. :) (now my friends get crazy of envy when they browse my files) And maybe one of the most awesome things is the price, it's really cheap for the workflow that delivers. Thanks to the developer, maybe could sell it outside of the AppStore(not all of us like it). (please apologize my english)
Maybe the most useful Safari extension with the exception of NinjaKit (sorry AdBlock). This extension it's the main reason i use Safari today and not Chrome or Firefox (i love Chrome but use so much CPU+RAM, and now it's ?choppy?). It dropped Safari hunger of RAM, also the scrolling stutter and most important REPLACEMENT OF FLASH VIDEOS with 'HTML5/Safari5' native player ones (thanks Perian?). An few examples of my MacBook (I hate the fan noise when working), when watching YT,MV,VM,FB,etc videos. - Flash CPU usage 28% + Safari 5% all without ClickToPlugin working native pure Flash power. - QTPlayer CPU usage 17% + Safari 8% running QuicktimePlugin. - Click2Plugin usage 11% + Safari 3% running Click2Plugin internal player. (Here it's when my old MB doesn't starts the UltraNoiseFan on the other two i have to put headphones o pump up the volume). Thanks to the authors. ( apologize my awful english, and redaction :) )
Doesn't seems to work with Flash 22.214.171.124 (playing safari videos) on Safari 5.1.2. Also doesn't work with Safari embeded videos. Any fix or solution for that? Thanks.
Perfect, that's all.
The most complete and easy renaming tool i found in years. I don't have anymore bulk renaming troubles. Perfect.
This app makes that my MacBook has fat sounds, feel more crunchy & sweet. Precise controls, it's a little overwhelming for a novice (like me). I'm amazed with music sound that can deliver to my headphones. Worth every cent. Test for yourself it in deep, don't be disappointed. The only bad i have found is the presets (so many) and some GUI elements don't being my taste. (apologize my awful english)
It does that it's name say: Remember only one password. Nice integration even with Chrome, smart, powerfull, simple.