KW Matley
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Abysmillard reviewed on 12 Apr 2014
I downloaded Copy as a replacement for DropBox, which I no longer trust. Installed on my iMac running Mavericks and on my iPhone without difficulty. Then I try to install on my old MacBook running Snow Leopard—oops, Copy doesn't work on anything below OS10.7. Can't use just the Browser either, because it does not display properly on Firefox under Snow Leopard. I run four machines, and if I cannot install Copy on two of them, then it is not a viable option for me. Pity.
[Version 1.43.0290]



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Abysmillard reviewed on 30 Nov 2012
After all the negative reviews I hesitated to upgrade, but I finally gave in—and I love it. Clean, intuitive interface, well organized, fits my needs perfectly.
[Version 11.0]



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Abysmillard reviewed on 12 Mar 2012
I use ASD, either the desktop or the iPhone version, daily to learn traditional tunes. I've tried the others that previous reviewers have suggested and I always come back to ASD. Ironically, the reasons I always come back are the same reasons that some don't like the program: The interface is not especially Mac-like, but it is perfect for ASD. Pretty much everything you need is displayed in an uncluttered, logical fashion in a single window. I find ASD very intuitive and easy to use. There aren't a lot of features like tablature, multiple markers and so on, but for someone who wants to learn tunes by ear it is perfect.

Different users have different needs, and ASD probably is not the best choice for some. It is, however, the best for me. The only way to know is to download it and try it out.
[Version 3.4.0.1]



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Abysmillard reviewed on 02 Sep 2011
Until this version (3.8.2) I would have given this 5 stars.

It's always sad when an application that you've relied on for years takes a dive in functionality. The new implementation of the Firefox extension totally sucks—or would suck if it worked. Many people have complained on the Agile forums and the tenor of the responses has been, "hey, we like it so get used to it. We'll fix the things that don't work someday."

I did not sign on to be a beta tester and resent when release versions of software have major issues that haven't been worked out.

Works nicely with Firefox 5, though.
[Version 3.8.2]



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