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Before you rush out and throw money Intuit -- Google 'Stockholm Syndrome' then go download the iBank demo instead.
S-C-A-M There are plenty of legitimate, proven OS X Utilities from veteran developers. This is merely a money-grab.
Fast, reliable, and simple. There is no better way to mirror a folder (or several). The interface is clean and clear -- with no complex, arcane choices or explanations. Best part is does just what it says and no more. While ChronoSync is my choice for more complex synchronization tasks -- this one-trick pony is a workhorse and uber reliable.
An important patch in the final hours before filing deadline is inexcusable. These people need to go away -- or gain a sense of mission.
Impressive -- as usual. Love the UI, graphics and additional panels for info about the computer and battery. Please show your appreciation and love for this awesome utility, by making a donation to support continued development and maintenance.
Masking is a complex process requiring precision and quality output. The developer's icon for his app -- which should embody the quality and functionality of his app -- is PIXELATED. Doesn't bode well for the quality or value of the app.
I've UNINSTALLED SugarSync. They've gone to a PAID model for their slow, and buggy storage solution. DropBox may not be perfect - but the options, utility, and stability far-surpass anything SugarSync can offer. SugarSync is EOL and SOL in my book.
Can understand that $2700 is cheap for a broadcast/wire operation -- but for a less than 10Mb file.... well.... I have iOS apps that size that were far cheaper. Anyone use this stuff and can discuss value for pros?
WOW -- almost $40 for an iPhone maintenance app? Not saying that it isn't worth it -- but this developer needs a serious reality check on the value of OPTIONAL tools for optimizing portable devices. The lack of detailed information feeds my skepticism.
As an Admin for several servers – I'm disappointed that OS X Screen Sharing client is broken in Mavericks. None of my alternate solutions have worked. Figured that Remotix was worth a try -- and WOW -- IT WORKS. Despite the $39.99 price tag, Remotix is amazing. Easy to configure, lots of connection options, amazing quality, low latency, maintains connections, option to store machine profiles and sync with iCloud, and even password protection. Remotix is the VNC/Screen Sharing app that Apple SHOULD have written. BRAVO to the Developers -- $39.99 IS A BARGAIN.
I am glad that for your firewall and security settings – that Apple's native VNC is working. For many admins in many situations they are not. Apple's Community has many robust discussions, and no definitive solutions -- my reason to favor Remotix -- which apparently is unaffected in the same environment where Apple VNC fails. As always -- your mileage may vary.... Thanks for your comments.