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DashExpander Reviews

1.7.9
22 February 2013

Time-saving text expansion tool.

Ean
15 September 2011

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Kooky icon!
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Version 1.2.0

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Tomq
06 February 2013
Well, at this moment I was able to download it for free from the Apple App Store. But I won't be using it. I like Typinator much better.
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Version 1.7.8
Dariusw
27 December 2012
Note to users: the screenshots shown on MacUpdate are out of date. For the latest screenshots, check out the App Store. I can't change the ones here (MacUpdate error). I have reported the error to MacUpdate a few months ago, but they haven't fixed it yet.
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Version 1.7.4
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Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
27 December 2012
I've updated the screenshots. Thanks.
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Galliwampus
09 October 2012
Macupdate should not allow this product to promote itself as free; it is shareware wrapped in sheep's clothing.
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Version 1.7.0
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Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
09 October 2012
We tend to go by the information provided by the App Store, which definitely leads to confusion. Are you being prompted to purchase? What price are they asking?
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Galliwampus
Galliwampus
09 October 2012
Yes, this app is really available on an in-app purchase base only. It used to be free, but it is no longer. You can download it and use it, but then you're required to purchase later. I guess it's technically a demo.
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Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
10 October 2012
Gotcha. Did you happen to notice what the price was?
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Galliwampus
Galliwampus
10 October 2012
$9.99. I appreciate your responses.
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Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
10 October 2012
No problem. I've altered the listing. Thanks for the heads-up!
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Slarkin
08 October 2012
Purchased DashExpander from the App Store today. I've been using xType for free. I found DashExpander to be harder to use than the free xType, which has many more and easier to use features
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Version 1.6.8
j-rankin-cp
23 June 2012
I was quite surprised to find that this app contained an 'in-app' purchase button. Maybe, all apps will finally go this way. This little app seems to be winning me over. However, I'm not so keen on not being able to increase the text size. The other thing is, and though it is of less importance, there doesn't appear to be a way to re-position the tags in the navigation menu window. Erm, apart from that it's a fantastic little snippet/text expander app for anyone wishing to experiment with even more gobble-de-gook. I suppose, you'd normally use a fraction of a snippet of already known markup or code in-order to lay down your stuff. Trouble is (with me), I'm into all sorts of peg systems and other self-made gobble-de-gooks, so even trying to remember a snippet of a snippet is going to be giving me headaches. Er, but that's my problem. LOL I'm currently studying French, and would also like to get back into web page building (one day), and an app like this could probably do it for me, though not exclusively, of course. The one thing about the navigation that I do like is that you can't actually have two tags open at the same time. Kind of makes sense, I suppose?
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Version 1.6.5
Jumbobob
07 June 2012
I would like to try it too. The icon is funny.
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Version 1.6.3
$ir-M-
11 May 2012
Looks great - price is right - I'd love to check it. Too bad app-store only-ness makes it a no-go.
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Version 1.6.1
rayj
16 March 2012
Pretty impressive. Less than a week ago I make a passing remark on this site about the window borders: today comes an update with better ones. Now that's one responsive developer!
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Version 1.5.2
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rayj
rayj
16 March 2012
… and PS. The MacUpdate image is the old-old-style GUI, not the much slicker new one.
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Derekjab
Derekjab
10 May 2012
Problem is that with the "Standard" interface it doesn't run in the background anymore.
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Derekjab
Derekjab
10 May 2012
Oops, my bad. Switching interface changed my preferences and I hadn't noticed!
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VictorPrijker
11 March 2012
Does not type accented characters, like é or ù.
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Version 1.5.1
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rayj
rayj
11 March 2012
Works ok for me. This is an example using it: "Test for é or ü or î or ñ."
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rayj
10 March 2012
I've previously indicated that this is a good program; now version 1.5.1 brings a huge improvement to the interface. Personally I'd prefer it without the heavy black borders but that is a trivial point. It's simple to set up, quick and unobtrusive to use, all-in-all better than the paid-for alternatives.
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Version 1.5.1
silverhand31
26 November 2011
Not bad at all, if you could add more template, more people will use
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Version 1.2.2
rayj
26 November 2011
I certainly agree with both the previous comments - it's a very good program, though it could do with better instructions. But the icon is more than Kooky - it's hideous; and the page for editing snippets must be the ugliest I've seen in any program since I started using Macs in the earliest days of GUIs.
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Version 1.2.2
Senseinai
25 November 2011
This is an excellent version of an app that others are overcharging for. If the developer eventually puts a price on this, I'd be happy to pay.
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Version 1.2.2
Ean
15 September 2011
Kooky icon!
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Version 1.2.0