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Bioxy reviewed on 03 Dec 2013
ExpanDrive won't work with my webdav server because self-signed certificates are rejected. Please fix!
[Version 3.0.3026]

Bioxy rated on 10 Oct 2013
[Version 3.3]

Bioxy commented on 17 Jul 2013
The preference for automatically adding downloads to the watch list can not be turned off in the app--the setting does not "stick" between launches. This results in numerous apps being added to the watch list, yielding spam from macupdate when the apps are updated, and subsequent removal of apps from the watch list is slow and tedious.
[Version 5.2.2]


Bioxy reviewed on 25 Mar 2013
Latest versions work fine as advertised. The app just seems rather simple/limited in functionality.
[Version 1.3.2]


Bioxy reviewed on 22 Feb 2013
Works well... except Spotlight isn't supported. 5 stars when it is.
[Version 1.2.1]

Bioxy commented on 28 Dec 2012
Does BlueStacks make Mac OS X as insecure and allow privacy violations as much as Android? more so?


Bioxy reviewed on 01 Oct 2012
Updated from 1.1 to 1.2.1.
Pics can't be deleted from photostream. I can see the pics but they can't be trashed.
[Version 1.2.1]


Bioxy reviewed on 18 Sep 2012
Does what it claims (which is actually rather boring).

Went to update to the latest version... and my download link doesn't work! (cloud mate.dmg is not available).
[Version 1.2.1]

Bioxy commented on 16 Aug 2012
I don't recall 1.3.x being advertised as beta, but that seems to be the excuse used for its bugs. Nevertheless, 1.4 under ML is still buggy: The sidebar is unavailable in new Finder windows and Command-option-S is ignored (menu item is greyed out and system beep is the response to the keystroke). This occurs even after uninstalling TotalFinder 1.4 with its own uninstaller. TF seems to have irreversibly modified Apple's Finder. Perhaps I should have uninstalled TF before upgrading to ML?
It seems the route taken by PathFinder's developers (don't rely on the Finder for anything) is far safer.
[Version 1.4]

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