Socialite
Socialite
1.5.4

3.9

Socialite free download for Mac

Socialite1.5.4

21 June 2013

Creates a single interface for multiple social websites (discontinued).

Overview

Note: As of 10 September 2013, Socialite was discontinued. It will receive no further updates, but will be supported by its developer until 1 November 2013. MacUpdate will continue to provide a download link so long as the file is available.

Socialite is a revolutionary social application. It seamlessly integrates many social websites, including Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, RSS and Google Reader. It allows you to interact with them and receive notifications, all from a stunning user interface.

What's new in Socialite

Version 1.5.4:
  • Fixes Twitter search following Twitter API 1.1 changes
  • Removes support for adding new Google Reader accounts. Old account still work, probably until Google shuts down the service on July 1st. We're currently waiting to see if other RSS services will support Google Reader API for subscription and syncing. One such candidate is Feedly.com. It's a good service and they're working on a Google Reader-compatible API. They can migrate your Google Reader account to their service, too.

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66 Reviews of Socialite

appleHQ
08 April 2009
Version: 1.0r563

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Hmm, that exactly what I am talking of: "EventBox MacHeist You might have noticed that we're featured on MacHeist and it's a free download. I expect many people to ask the question why buy it then? Here's the short answer: the MacHeist Edition of EventBox is not the same as regular EventBox. Here are the reasons: * The MacHeist edition includes no official support whatsoever. If you're having a problem or want to request a feature, you're probably out of luck. * Most importantly, the MacHeist edition includes no updates at all. This means you're forever stuck at build 566. Since we're planning on adding many many new features in the future, you're essentially going to be running an ancient version. I'm talking about syncing, multiple accounts, TwitPic, centralized notifications, more services. We will be adding TONS of new stuff. And this is only up until version 1.0. We're planning to have a very long 1.x series, so buying EventBox now will last you at least 1.5-2 years. * We've got permission from Digg and we will be returning their plugin as soon as possible. You won't be able to use Digg from the MacHeist edition." As far as I know there were only two developers so far, that tried something similar, product were GraphicCoverter and SpeedDownload. It created a lot of problems. Both developer fonud a reasonable solution. But you cannot just write a blog entry and then offer an autoamtic (!) update feature that smply cancels your licence information and sets you back to a trial. I am a regular shareware user and I bought roughly 200 shareware products in the last 5 years. It´s not about paying money for software and reasonably upgrades. But I do not like to offer some special deal and then just trying to urge existing customers to a payment by simply locking them out. Then just call it a trial what it actually was..
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Rob-h
10 September 2013
Version: 1.5.4
Received an email from the developer as follows... "We regretfully have to announce the end-of-life of Socialite application. We are deeply sorry that Socialite came to this bitter end, and we understand the frustration of loyal Socialite users. We did our best to make it work, but to all things there is a beginning and an end, and this is the end of Socialite. Hopefully, it will also be a beginning of something else." ...so it was fun while it lasted. Have been using ReadKit as an RSS alternative (because of its Feedly integration). As to incorporating Twitter, Facebook, Flickr etc., who knows.
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Derekcurrie
04 June 2013
Version: 1.5.3
Socialite phones home to Google Analytics. The only reason to do so to my knowledge is to allow Google surveillance of my computer behavior. If your app is going to surveil my computer use, then ASK MY PERMISSION FIRST, DAMMIT. I have used my reverse firewall Little Snitch to deny Socialite access to Google Analytics forever. I suggest other folks with reverse firewalls consider doing the same.
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4
mguillau
06 March 2013
Version: 1.5.3
Very good aggregator of different social networks!
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Mtcobra
15 February 2013
Version: 1.5.3
Today was notified by the app that a new version was available. After installing, I can no longer click on the blue quote balloon to see comments to people's initial postings. When I do, the original post moves to the top and greys out, and no comments are displayed.
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dwp-1
30 May 2012
Version: 1.4.1
Wish the scrolling was more smooth. It is tough on the eyes when you wear glasses.
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Sulcalibur
20 February 2012
Version: 1.4.0
I want this app to work I really do. I have owned it since it first started as Eventbox & as the app grew yet lost features it seemed to be unbearable to run which was strange. Now without in app browser or Tweet Marker support there is just no point. I have seen non stop requests for Tweet Marker to be added in but the developers sam to be holding out for version 2. By that time I think they would have lost to many users. I loved this app, I really did. Now it just frustrates me.
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2.5
Hurrikenux
20 February 2012
Version: 1.4.0
I felt the need to log in just to leave this review and describe why after two years I've decided to uninstall Socialite. When this product first came to be, known as EventBox, it was an up and comer with many networks supported and many upcoming. Reddit support has not been in this app for some time, yet it is still listed here on MacUpdate and in the screenshot. Tumblr support was also being worked on before the sale to RealMacSoftware, and that never saw the light of day. Really the number one thing that led to an uninstall is the fact that still to this day you have to open a web browser to view news feeds and links, instead of within the app like other similar software. It is a shame that the sale to RealMacSoftware rang the death bell for EventBox, I am not certain that Apparent is going to be able to bring back the promise that it had during the beginning.
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Monkeyjunkey
29 August 2011
Version: 1.3.6
Does this support Tweet Marker?
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Rampancy
12 August 2011
Version: 1.3.6
It's with a heavy heart that I write this. I've used and supported Socialite ever since it was EventBox, but after all these years it's still too buggy for what I need it to do. As an RSS reader, it's failed me due to persistent lockups with refreshes; as a Twitter client, it's failed me due to constant reauthorization request and perpetual refreshes. I've tried everything on their support forums that's been recommended, and nothing seems to work at all. I'm not really bitter or angry at Apparent Software, I know they try. I've just that I've had enough with my constant struggles in getting this app to work for me.
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4.5
IloveBurma
10 August 2011
Version: 1.3.6
I use Socialite every day, and I like it very much. I can easily gather the whole social network information in one place. It saves me a lot of time, and helps me keep in touch with all my friends!
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2.5
Bumbleb
01 August 2011
Version: 1.3.6
After installing Lion it worked for a few days, then all of a sudden, it will not launch. All in all this app feels slow and badly programmed.
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Shane-Smith
03 July 2011
Version: 1.3.5
This is what socialite needs http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/38371/frenzy
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heavyboots
26 June 2011
Version: 1.3.5
All I am really looking for is a living, breathing version of Brizzly. This is fairly close, but lacks auto-expansion of all pictures, videos and links such as Brizzly has. I will say, definitely kudos for not going the route of making it a tiny column like most Twitter apps inexplicably feel compelled to do. Also, I like the fact you can make the fonts bigger. Would be nice if you could customize them too. So, not a bad app, just doesn't do what I was specifically searching for.
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5
Sebastian-K
23 June 2011
Version: 1.3.5
Great app! No more need to hop from one account to another one to see what's up, really glad I discovered it.
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4
Arjuna
07 April 2011
Version: 1.3.4
Great app. But one question: is there support for Twitter photo upload to Yfrog or alike service? Very needed feature which I couldn't find.
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5
xRay7
04 March 2011
Version: 1.3.3
Really cool App. Nice icon. Permanently wanna drink.
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1
Xplicit
14 February 2011
Version: 1.3.2
Installed it, added Facebook account, no refresh, couldn't access my Facebook account. After deleting all(!) Socialite files and reinstalling the app, I tried to add FB account again. I was asked to enter a name for the service and after antering a name I've never used before - despite having deleted all existing Socialite files from my Mac - Socialite pulled some account information from somewhere without needing any authorization. I think this app is not very trustworthy and also buggy.
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5
tuanomsok
18 January 2011
Version: 1.3
This is a really great app that puts many things in one place and helps eliminate the need to obsessively check several websites as the app notifies you when new items come in. It really helps my productivity. I really like how it remembers my Facebook filters - I have some things hidden from my Facebook news feed and Socialite recognizes this. I love being able to send links from RSS feeds to Twitter and email. I do have a few suggestions: - it would be nice to be able to turn off Retweets by others - Add the ability to read/compose Facebook messages - Add LinkedIn - What about Facebook notifications? Socialite doesn't alert you when you have a new notification on something you posted. - What about updates from Flickr groups?
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4
iminlalaland
18 January 2011
Version: 1.3
It's good but not as good as I expected it to be. The flickr images are too small, when a Facebook friend posted a video, I can't seem to view it, no notification when someone replied my comment/ comment on my photos, the Twitter has no trending topics(if you have used Babble, you will notice it has that feature) and when my Google Reader feeds have more than 2000 unreads, it will stop loading the rest. I am looking forward to see more positive changes. If Socialite can add more social networks like LinkedIn and Blogger.
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4.5
Anna-M
06 January 2011
Version: 1.3
Very glad to hear that Apparent Software have acquired Socialite. One of my top-used apps now in the hands of best developers it's a great news indeed! I am using it since it was called 'EventBox', and I'm familiar with Apparent Software, so I hope you'll give a good kick to this app.
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Shane-Smith
05 January 2011
Version: 1.3
This is the third company to own this. Should I be worried?
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Hdo
30 July 2010
Version: 1.2.1
nice app!!! :-) got it for free with macheist but it's very easy tu use and I can get my FB friends statuses & Tweets all in a single window...
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1
ottffssentz
11 July 2010
Version: 1.2.1
ive used this app for about a month and I would like to point things that are missing. First, idea is great, awesome idea. but has unfamiliar UI and missing a lot of core features FB features seem to work fine but when it comes to twitter, it becomes really frustrating. If you have used/using tweetie, this app is not for you. Comparing socialite to tweetie, I would like to list two of the missing features in tweeite, you can simply drag and drop photos in to your new tweet box and post. then tweetie will do the rest of uploading socialite, you can upload photos but cannot be done by 'drag and drop' if you're using macbook/MBP you would use three finger swipe to go back to timeline after seeing the post in reply form in tweetie socialite, i've yet to find any mouse/trackpad gesture features It is just small minor thing but socialite lacks of so called 'user friendly' interface
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1
Organik
08 July 2010
Version: 1.2
I don't know where the great reviews are coming from. I only use a few services and this app is constant beach ball action. Couple twitter accounts, one facebook, and google reader and it's useless. Feature wise it's great, but without some serious optimizations somewhere, it's unusable.
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jonnablaze
29 May 2010
Version: 1.2 Beta 2
Facebook integration is pretty useless if it doesn't support pm and notifications.
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Migrant
29 May 2010
Version: 1.2 Beta 2
Add LinkedIn support and I'm in!
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DragonDan
07 May 2010
Version: 1.1
Buggy, slow and kept losing facebook connection on my iMac 2.8GHx/4GB/OSX 10.6.3. It is unusable for me.
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Yoshinatsu
21 April 2010
Version: 1.1
Wow, the new Facebook features and the new UI are awesome!! Keep up the good work guys!!
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Seventh-Enclave
20 April 2010
Version: 1.0.6
Could really do with a way to hide the left hand column/menu tree and just display the window with the incoming events. Then it would be perfect!
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Cerebrl
19 April 2010
Version: 1.0.6
Please! Add LinkedIn support, and you have me as a paid customer!
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Paul-Harvey
12 April 2010
Version: 1.0.6
I am not concerned with the unit price of $15 but the converted price when trying to purchase of over £16! Given the rate of exchange showing $15 as under £10 and the fact you guys are Brits in Brighton I feel I am paying some sort of excessive conversion tax here. Why should the Yanks get the best dollar deal once again? I speak as a RM fan running RW and LS (any loyalty discount as well?).
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libecchio
21 March 2010
Version: 1.0.5
Since my last review Socialite has matured considerably - most of the glitches have been ironed out and it is now a capable Google News and Twitter reader (I don't use the other services); the second, in particular, has come on a long way. However, it is still marred by trivial UI errors which would be easy to fix. For example: Google Reader - the sorting of feeds appears to be random, and the top item in the popup menu against a feed is "Unsubscribe", which makes it depressingly easy to unsubscribe from a feed by accident. Twitter - the Expand URLs option is per-tweet, which is not much help when you regularly receive hundreds of tweets. Also, the support for protocols and third-party applications could do with expansion; there is Instapaper but no ReadItLater, for example, and the very useful Notes facility in Google Reader is not supported.
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VRH
18 March 2010
Version: 1.0.5
The 1.0.5 update says the following. "This update addresses issues with Facebook Photo Albums after API changes at Facebook and is recommended for all users. - Fixes to work around Photo Album API changes at Facebook"
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5
Mccrory
11 March 2010
Version: 1.0.4
After using dozens (yes dozens) of solutions to deal with all of my social media interactions, Socialite hands down is the best. It provides an easy and intuitive way of keeping track of all of my web 2.0 based communications. For the first time, I can easily and consistently communicate across all of the different social media platforms. The only two wants for me are: 1. Email / Mail.app Integration - This way I could use a single app for ALL communicating 2. LinkedIn Integration
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Supermacnerd
02 March 2010
Version: 1.0.3
If you they can add built in browser integration this would be a great product. I just have a hard time switching over from NNW without that feature. Otherwise user integration is great and with each release more problems solved!
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3
Haleonearth
06 January 2010
Version: 1.0.2
I think this is a great idea! Unfortunately it runs waaaaaay too slowly to be of any real value. Address the incessant SBODs and I'm in!
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prLab
17 December 2009
Version: 1.0.2
Interesting but utterly useless piece of software. Can't log in to any account with either of the past two versions.
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Cerebrl
17 December 2009
Version: 1.0.2
I have some good news. It seems they are listening to feedback. Version 1.0.1 did not show your own posts in Facebook, so I voiced my opinion in the forums about being able to see our own status updates. Now, 1.0.2 does show your own status updates. Let's see if they continue to listen (Fix the copious amounts of negative area in the UI!). As far as rating the app, I am going to wait a little longer to be fair, but I am really pulling for these guys. [Cerebrl]
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Wedderhoff
17 December 2009
Version: 1.0.2
Why this icon and why not 64-bit?
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Pik80
08 December 2009
Version: 1.0.1
Ignore these 5 star ratings. While the idea behind Socialite is a good one and one that is badly needed this is still very much what you would expect to see from immature version 1 software. You can't view people's profile pages, only their feeds. Photo albums are not neatly organized but just a random assortment of photos thrown in the feed. YouTube is one on the most popular social networking sites but is totally MIA. I had high hopes for this software since it is released by the same company that put out the wonderful LittleSnapper. However I found out that the product was just purchased from another company and RealMac didn't really write most of it at this point. Here's hoping that they will resolve all these issues in version 2 and make this program as worthy as LittleSnapper.
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4
Fanchee
07 December 2009
Version: 1.0.1
I have really enjoyed Socialite. When I'm busy working, it sits in my dock (or menubar, should you choose) and a quick glance at the unread badge shows me how many items I have to read in twitter, facebook, and my RSS feeds via various sites. It hasn't replaced my netnewswire and tweetie just yet, but for a consolidation for quick looks, it does it's job well. I've only run into one snag in the past day or two.... and that is it seems to have forgotten my twitter credentials and it asks me to authenticate again, which it doesn't allow me to do. So I have to delete my twitter account from socialite, quit the app, delete twitter from my keychain, and launch again. They are aware of the issue and hopefully it gets resolved soon. The icon is great, too!
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Drfrank
01 December 2009
Version: 1.0
EventBox had significant potential, but it looked as though it was destined to live just below most Mac Twitter users' radar. I was delighted when I learned that Realmac Software had acquired EventBox. Why? I use both RapidWeaver and LittleSnapper, the Realmac developers make great stuff and they understand marketing to the Mac community. TweetDeck is trendy and powerful, but I prefer Mac native apps to those that run under Adobe AIR. I've just started testing Socialite. I like the new name and the new icon is clever. Thus far I've only tested the Twitter and Facebook services, but they've both been solid; I currently have over 27,000 Twitter followers and Socialite has been rock solid. The future of Socialite is very promising, I'm anticipating great things.
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Stefano-Cecere
01 December 2009
Version: 1.0
i tried it because i had a former EventBox license and i got a free one for Socialite.. wow! i am about to trash the 200Mb memory hunger Tweetdeck! everything works really fine (have 3 twitter accounts and 1 facebook) it's stable (i'm on 10.6.2), fast, intuitive i just miss Facebook pages and LinkedIn. i did a recheck of NOT AIR twitter clients, with multiaccount support (the good Twitterrific just supports 1).. and Socialite is not only the best one, but promises to be developed well, now in the good hands of Realmac Software!
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5
Matthewlowery
13 August 2009
Version: 1.0
It is my favourite app on my entire macbook. It's so good! All my networks on one app! Then I can read my Mashable and Wired RSS's too! The Twitter part is very well done. The Twitter HUD alone has more features than Twitterrific! Facebook is pretty basic, but I would appreciate a way to see comments and comment on the posts, photos etc. Flickr too is very well done. Digg is well done ( I don't let Digg change my Unread count otherwise it would be 200+ lol) OneRiot is one of my favourites, it updates itself and tells you when somebody uses that tag! I don't use the others, but I tried Reddit and that too is good. The Cosmic Machine have made a brilliant product. I want to see a V 2.0 before they begin work on an iPhone app. Give them time to get their desktop app to get a fanbase, get good features and come out of beta. Allinall, an f-in brilliant app!
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5
Iconz113
04 August 2009
Version: 1.0
eventbox is great, awesome twitter client, syncs google reader, and I read on the website that soon lastfm and delicious will be incorporated. Its a 5 now and its only getting better.
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5
VRH
24 July 2009
Version: 1.0
This integrates all my newsfeed gathering and social networking into one very friendly interface. This is precisely the solution for which I've been searching! I've been running the pre-release version of EventBox which has been very stable for me and the developers are very responsive. This is a great deal. Things I'd like to see in the future: further flexibility in keyboard commands (already a pretty good job here), some adjustment in 'focus' behaviour, and a way to adjust tolerance for overloaded Twitter servers. ;-) Speaking of Twitter, the 'Smart Folder' feature for Twitter is a wonderful idea -- a big help! Again, in my opinion this app is solid and a great value.
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5
Webmotiva
24 July 2009
Version: 1.0
Why not 64bit?
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zx
24 July 2009
Version: 1.0
No friendfeed support is a deal breaker!
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libecchio
19 July 2009
Version: 1.0r580
I use only part of the functionality (RSS, Google Reader, Twitter). That said ... EventBox is the only OS X feed reader I have found that synchronises with Google Reader - perfectly, as it turns out - and it is elegantly done. There are lots of subtle but meaningful graphic effects, hotkeys for everything, and many alert options - sound, Growl, a well-designed heads-up (white on black) display, highlights in the Dock, a Menu Bar item ... most of which can be set for all feeds or per-feed. My only reservation is that the application doesn't have its own browser; the Web pages linked to feeds open in the default Web browser. It would be nice to have some sort of embedded interface as a space-saver on a laptop screen. I will not be going back to Web interfaces; EventBox is faster, better-looking, easier to use and more tweakable, and $15 is not much for what it offers.
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5
Aymen
16 June 2009
Version: 1.0r575
Best App EVER. Simple, yet elegant. - Aymen
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4
Shane-Smith
14 June 2009
Version: 1.0r572
This is the only application I have found so far that does everything I want from one app. I do wish they would add more features to each section of the application. For example, comment on statues message for Facebook, notifications for pictures in Facebook are not by album but by photo, etc. Also there are a number of bugs that I wish would be fixed, but I guess it is a beta version. Maybe they will be all fixed when the final comes out. Overall it is my client of choice
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5
pcharles
25 April 2009
Version: 1.0r563
I really like that this application allows me to view Twitter, Facebook, RSS, and Google reader from the same location. It really streamlines the way I work by putting things in one place. The twitter client could support a few of the Tweetie features like the long tweets and conversation following, but apart from that I think it is great. Sometimes when loading it can take a while to bring in the data, but I guess I have a lot of feeds.
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appleHQ
08 April 2009
Version: 1.0r563
Hmm, that exactly what I am talking of: "EventBox MacHeist You might have noticed that we're featured on MacHeist and it's a free download. I expect many people to ask the question why buy it then? Here's the short answer: the MacHeist Edition of EventBox is not the same as regular EventBox. Here are the reasons: * The MacHeist edition includes no official support whatsoever. If you're having a problem or want to request a feature, you're probably out of luck. * Most importantly, the MacHeist edition includes no updates at all. This means you're forever stuck at build 566. Since we're planning on adding many many new features in the future, you're essentially going to be running an ancient version. I'm talking about syncing, multiple accounts, TwitPic, centralized notifications, more services. We will be adding TONS of new stuff. And this is only up until version 1.0. We're planning to have a very long 1.x series, so buying EventBox now will last you at least 1.5-2 years. * We've got permission from Digg and we will be returning their plugin as soon as possible. You won't be able to use Digg from the MacHeist edition." As far as I know there were only two developers so far, that tried something similar, product were GraphicCoverter and SpeedDownload. It created a lot of problems. Both developer fonud a reasonable solution. But you cannot just write a blog entry and then offer an autoamtic (!) update feature that smply cancels your licence information and sets you back to a trial. I am a regular shareware user and I bought roughly 200 shareware products in the last 5 years. It´s not about paying money for software and reasonably upgrades. But I do not like to offer some special deal and then just trying to urge existing customers to a payment by simply locking them out. Then just call it a trial what it actually was..
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5
Jools912
08 April 2009
Version: 1.0r563
This program has very quickly become one of my favourite Mac apps. It's the best Twitter client I've tried (and I've tried them all), and including Flickr and Google Reader too is just icing on the cake. Considering this is still in beta, its very stable. I've had no problems at all. The UI is very nicely done. Intuitive, slick and fast. The developers are incredibly responsive. On the two occasions I've emailed them, they have replied within minutes! I got the free version via MacHeist, but purchased the full version within a few hours of use, just because I liked it so much, and thought the program and support was well worth it. This is now my default Twitter and RSS client. Highly Recommended!
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5
Walruscp
15 March 2009
Version: 1.0r563
This is still in the beta phase, but is imho the best social network client out there. If you utilize Facebook, Twitter, RSS, Google Reader, Reddit, and Instapapper this is a must-have. Scary thing is there is a whole lot more in terms of features and support yet to come, so get in on this bandwagon while it's still cheaper to do so.
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Stubbornlikeamule
15 January 2009
Version: 1.0r558
Is this like the Flock web browser, but without the web browser bit and $15 more expensive?
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anonymous-tapir-4715
15 January 2009
Version: 1.0r558
This thing is fantastic! The first Twitter app I could stand for more than five minutes, way more dependable than Twitterific ... smooth ... smooth to delete tweets too. Way to go!
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5
thec13
14 January 2009
Version: 1.0r558
Loving the one stop shop approach, especially with Google Reader sync. Keep up the good work.
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5
moofmak
14 January 2009
Version: 1.0r558
a good tool for twitter, gmail and much more. for me the best one
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gcoghill
21 December 2008
Version: 1.0r557
I am always confused when a developer doesn't make new versions reset the demo period. There's no way to test out new features. Especially during beta releases, this would seem beneficial to all.
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Jakefowler
15 December 2008
Version: 1.0r557
This is a great little app for keeping up with the social networks. My Twitter postings have increased as a result (in quantity, if not quality). The developer is VERY responsive. I'm an impressed and happy user!
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everlast_34
01 December 2008
Version: 1.0r553
Ummm,it appears as though 'Pownce' is shutting down as of Dec 15, 2008. Is there something else that will be added in its place? Will more social networking sites be added in general? If so, please consider adding 'Plum'(www.plum.com). If so then you got 15 bucks!
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globetrotterdk
21 November 2008
Version: 1.0r546
I would like to see subject searches and trend registration - at the very least for Twitter.
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gcoghill
15 November 2008
Version: 1.0r546
Promising app. Would like to see support for multiple Twitter/Flickr accounts (if that's even possible). I'd also like to see more of a distinction between the Events for the different services offered (color coding perhaps?). It's hard to distinguish between Facebook status updates and Twitter updates. Better keyboard shortcuts for Twitter are a must, not simple enough to do replies and direct messages (Cmd-R & Cmd-D perhaps?). Also, needs a one-handed keystroke for cycling through events (like Spacebar, and perhaps Shift-Spacebar to go in reverse). Overall though a cool app. My demo will probably expire before it's at a stage that it feels ready for actual use though.
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webstuff
14 November 2008
Version: 1.0r546
This is a fantastic idea for an app. I could do without the RSS feeds - I prefer a dedicated reader or GoogleReader which offers way more features. Twitter support is excellent, save for the fact that you have to re-enter your password every time. Facebook support could be better. But this app has a bright future.
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5
anthonysigalas
14 November 2008
Version: 1.0r546
Great new application that brings you all your social sites updates into a simple and very mac-like interface. It's still in beta, but it's very stable and has never crashed. I wish future updates will bring FriendFeed support, but the app is still young and its future is bright. I love it.
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Facebox for Facebook
Facebox for Facebook
Facebook client for your menu bar.
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Nambu
Nambu
Twitter client with a real OS X look and feel.
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