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DannyCSS (developer) commented on 03 Dec 2007
Just like to add a quick comment:
With 1.1 we added a new suite of algorithms and we are now stronger than disk utility. :-)
[Version 1.1]

DannyCSS (developer) commented on 04 Nov 2007
Just a general comment:
If you dont like the app as it is, thats fine, thats the point of these reviews, but at least suggest ideas for new features that would make the app better in your eyes instead of just slagging it off.
Im making this app for you not just for the hell of it. If you dont like it tell me why! Then I can fix it :-)
Also if you do like it, can you post? Ive had plenty of personal emails that contrast these reviews but no bona fide reviews. Thanks
Btw - it is currently $10.
[Version 1.0.2]

DannyCSS (developer) commented on 03 Nov 2007
(I originally posted this as a reply)
Hi guys,
Thanks for the reviews, here are my responses:
Just to get the light weight comment out of the way: it was 9 megs... then we put the 512x512 icon in for leopard :-)
I think at the moment those apps that macroxx mentioned, look great for encryption... but only encrypted,compressed archives (we offer both). None have windows versions (not that we do yet). None offer covert file types.
But more importantly, those are all compression apps, where encryption isnt really on their roadmap, its there but not a focus.
BitClamp is in its infancy and we have a tonne of great features on the way (applescript, automator, completely covert files).
We just shipped 1.0 don't write us off yet ;)
As for the password confirmation field, as BitClamp was designed to be very, very quick to use. However, I see that it is a user's preference whether he wishes to confirm or not and this will be added in 1.1 :-).
All input is greatly received, we are only at the start of this app's roadmap!
[Version 1.0]

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DannyCSS (developer) replied on 03 Nov 2007
It certainly is - I do apologise that is a crazy claim!
No, looking at the package now most of the size comes from its frameworks.
But that is aside from the point, those applications are indeed smaller yes, but I would still consider BitClamp light weight. It is no Microsoft Word.
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