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Bruce-Juice rated on 04 Jul 2012
[Version 2.4.6]

Bruce-Juice rated on 03 Jul 2012
[Version 2.3.1]

Bruce-Juice rated on 19 Mar 2012
[Version 2.0.1]

Bruce-Juice commented on 03 Aug 2011
I use SportsFan daily to track all my sport teams, but the newest version of Webkit affects the widget (From the dev's site:)

NOTE: due to a bug in CSS rendering (selection of alternate style sheets) in WebKit included in Safari 5.0.6 & 5.1, the widget currently does not display properly when the latest version of Safari is installed (e.g., under MacOS X 10.7 "Lion"). This should resolve itself once Apple fixes this bug - registered developers please duplicate rdar://problem/9567255 (Safari 5.1: switching alternate stylesheets doesn't work)
[Version 1.3.36]


Bruce-Juice reviewed on 31 Jul 2011
While I do use Handbrake for most of all my converting needs, Miro is great for making quick conversions for the web (Theora for example) when you don't need to tweak the video. It's three step process -- select video, select output format, and convert -- makes it simple to use.

(The only format I ran into problems with was 3gp)
[Version 2.5]

Bruce-Juice rated on 18 May 2011
[Version 11.0.696.68]

Bruce-Juice rated on 19 Feb 2011
[Version 2.2.4]


Bruce-Juice reviewed on 24 Nov 2009
AOL Radio is the only AOL product worth using. It's offers a large variety of genres with stations playing deeper cuts, which is refreshing considering that mainstream 'clone' radio stations play the same song ad nauseum.

Sadly, AOL Radio hasn't seen a release since July 2008 and still labeled "beta." It has its infrequent crashes on Mac OS X 10.6.2, which I hope they are continuing to develop this software and await one day for features like song skipping and live pause/resume. Adding more presets spots would help, too.

But from the looks of it, AOL sees an urgency to develop a lackluster and antiquated chat and desktop client...
[Version 2.0b]


Bruce-Juice reviewed on 02 Oct 2008
After looking at the other sport score reporting app (Baseball, Plusmo) SportsTap is the most comprehensive and stable score reporting app I've used on my iPod Touch. Offers a bevy of sports to view scores and details about a particular game. It allows you to customize your choice of sports to report scores on and to pick favorite teams to monitor. Landscape mode is convenient, too.

The price is free, but displays Google Ads right under the menu bar. Honestly, I don't mind it and hardly notice it when using it.
[Version 1.1.1]

Bruce-Juice commented on 09 Sep 2008
Seems like you can *only* rip media into AAC format. In iTunes > Preferences > Advanced there isn't an importing option anymore.

And in the Advanced menu, there's just a "Create AAC version."
[Version 8.0]

Bruce-Juice had trouble on 05 Nov 2013
FYI: Crashes upon launch on 10.9. Developer posted in the forums a fix in the works.
[Version 2.4.1]

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