Pirx

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On an iPhone 5 the option to switch off 3G disappears. Annoying.

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Version 7.1
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Yes, of course I can read it supports "iPhone 5c/iPhone 5s", not iPhone 5, but then why does Apple push this update down the hungry throat of my iPhone 5?

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I love evasi0n, unfortunately, my online banking app only runs on un-adultered IOS.

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Version 1.0.6
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Works great as advertised. Would be great if Skydrive could be added.

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Version 3.0.3028
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I am using it with a USB stick and a China Unicom prepaid SIM. It works flawlessly all over China (I travel quite a bit). launch2net opens as soon as you insert the USB stick, recognizes the available network, its strength without fail and connects in a wiffy. The connections are stable, transparent and - thanks to China Unicom - fast. The price may be high, however, considering the herculanean task of keeping up with worldwide settings of worldwide telecoms everywhere, the price appears to me as being rather adequate. I have been using it for many years and I am rather satisfied.

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Version 2.7.3
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China blocks downloading Google Chrome.

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Version 28.0.1500.71
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@iMactintosh: They neither comment if or not they block websites and applications/services, nor do they reason about it.

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Nice interface, but can't compete with IPNetMonitor (running on the same Mac). Network Radar did not identify correctly 2 out of 3 Airport Express on the network, it did not identify the AppleTV as such, so you have to do that manually. It did not find a Fritz Repeater, either. The port scan is limited to port 1 - 1023. It is a nicely designed interface, but under the hood it is still work in progress, I would say.

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Version 1.1.4
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I was not precise enough, so some clarification: Network Radar did identify the vendor IDs for the devices it found correctly, but not the type of device, even if Apple is the vendor. IPNetMonitor does not give you the type of device, but the name of the device, which Network Radar missed out for 4 out of 9 devices on the network.

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Brilliant, works like a charm! Hope future versions will support BoxNet or even custom clouds/ftp servers.

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Version 1.0.4
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The 10.8 version is here: http://www.learninglogic.co.uk/macnix/Aluminium_Skin_for_Mac_OS_10.8_Contacts.dmg

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Version 1.0
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The 10.8 version is here: http://www.learninglogic.co.uk/macnix/Aluminium_Skin_for_Mac_OS_10.8_Calendar.dmg

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Version 1.0
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It does a really good job, mighty impressed, but I chose not to subscribe to the service, because the app after disabling the VPN connection prompts me umpteen times to enter my password, a nuisance.

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Version 1.05