HandyList
HandyList
2.0

0.8

HandyList free download for Mac

HandyList

2.0
08 June 2004

Store/organize lists of items.

Overview

HandyList is a simple utility to store and organize lists of items. Items can be of the following types:
  • Text - used for storing anything text (notes, phone numbers, to-do lists, etc.)
  • Paths to files or folders on the hard disk
  • Web links (URLs)
  • Lists of email addresses

The HandyList application installs a menu in the menu bar on the right. Selected items can be added to this menu for quick access.

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2 HandyList Reviews

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Anonymous
18 May 2004

Most helpful

Even if it is in beta, if it is not going to be free when the full version comes out why not list it as shareware? Poor concept anyways.
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Version 2.0b6
WTF?? When I click the "Download Now" button, I get a prompt at the top of my browser, to log into the developer's website, I'm assuming that is what it is. But every time I tried to download this and clicked the download button it just did the exact same thing. So not only do I obviously not have the Username and Password to log into whatever the hell it's trying to get me to log into. But I don't look kindly on apps that require I leave MacUpdate.com, just to download them. Some apps I sort of understand (although the stupid one's that are just a a link to Apple's sh*tbox Mac App Store, yeah what's the point, advertise somewhere else!) for some apps, but mainly if a developer is wanting to steer me away from this site I won't go. So yeah, good luck trying to download this, and if the problems with trying to download it are any indication. Well it might be a good sign that this app isn't worth even downloading anyways. And the other reviewer said something about this being improperly labeled as being "Free", when I think he is saying that it's actually "Shareware". Nothing makes me more angry on this website, than when shady, pathetic, deceitful developers, attempt to sell their garbage app by misrepresenting what you are actually downloading. That also is another good sign that the app must be complete garbage if the developer has to lie about what you're downloading. And even if it is a good piece of software. I won't touch it because I don't wanna deal with the hassle of relying on a shady developer to maintain or not ruin their application.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
18 May 2004
Even if it is in beta, if it is not going to be free when the full version comes out why not list it as shareware? Poor concept anyways.
Like (1)
Version 2.0b6