Daniel Stinson
Downloads: 33
Posts: 8
Smile Score: +5
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Age: 26-40
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DanielStinson reviewed on 21 Jan 2014
Quite nice. Just the one I needed.
[Version 7.4.4]



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DanielStinson reviewed on 08 Jan 2014
Simply brilliant. Now I can freely download the videos I've always wanted on Youtube and other sites. Thanks. I think you guys should try this.
[Version 1.2.3]



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DanielStinson reviewed on 07 Jan 2014
I've been using this app for a few days, I have to say. I'm impressed. This little something is really neat. I don't like use Photoshop a lot, it's complicated. Instead I use Portrait Painter everytime I wanna do something to my photos. Pretty easy and fast.

Though I'll appreciate it if more features will be added. I'll keep on using it.
[Version 1.22]



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DanielStinson reviewed on 30 Dec 2013
This app is really awesome. It reminds me of how much I enjoy playing with colors!
[Version 2.3]



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DanielStinson commented on 30 Dec 2013
Well, It did help me a little. Didn't get the pro version, though.
[Version 3.1.0]



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DanielStinson reviewed on 29 Dec 2013
Love the interface. Really helped me with the junk in my iMac. Their website looks good too.
[Version 2.2.1]



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DanielStinson reviewed on 29 Dec 2013
I’ve been using this software for over a year now. I think this player is not so bad and decide to speak up a little.

Well, what you need to know first, like the other comment here says, macgo is the first developer of a viable, commercial Blu-ray player app for OS X. Every other company you see with a Blu-ray player app has COPIED from them. That means only this Blu-ray player can play commercial BD smoothly. Sure, VLC Player is free and open source, but it isn’t the solution to BD that is copy-protected. I think Blu-ray fans shouldn’t rip their BD. Personally, I would just watch it directly with this player.

From the very day I started using this thing, I can really see Macgo team trying. Come on, give those guys a break. Sure, it isn't so perfect. It may crash sometimes, or maybe freeze a little before entering the Blu-ray menu, but it’s still bearable.
[Version 2.9.5.1442]



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