The “Pro” version is supposedly at v5.0.1. I can’t find any reason to trust this company or their software. Below is a repost of my research on this software and company, hopefully useful to those considering this software:
Thanks to an incredibly stupid provision of the EU’s GDPR laws, it’s impossible to learn where this company is or who they really are. (GDPR destroyed WHOIS). The developer’s website offers no help. But at least we can note that the website’s security certificate is from August, 2018. The earliest review of the app at Apple’s Mac App Store is from April, 2018. What this infers to me is that there’s no way this app is legitimately at version 5.0.1. I have to suspect it’s been version jacked to impress us. As such, I see no reason to trust this software. Checkout any of the alternatives listed in ‘Similar Software’ above, (except Norton, which IMHO sucks on Mac and is from a company with a long term horrible reputation: Symantec). . . .
I never trust a company without an address. That’s indicative of something nefarious, IMHO. Maybe they’re Austrian. We’ll never know. From their replies at the Apple Mac Store, it’s clear English is a second language. They get their plurals and articles right, which at least tells me they aren’t Chinese. That’s about all I can figure out. That’s not good. There is no excuse for an anonymous company ever. And yes, hiding one”s business address is a blatant anonymization. (I’m attempting to thwart any complaints they may make against my complaints about their behavior).