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Dcuwcy reviewed on 25 Sep 2013
OK, Papers 3 is still beta, so my review doesn’t reflect the final version.
Switching from version 2 is not working properly.
No pdf or supplemental file will be attached to the paper 3 library. When the update works. My crash log is full of Papers entries.
The new GUI looks fine, but if you know version 2, you can forget about that. You need to rethink your workflow and - more worse - the designer of the new "modern design" forget to implement the usability. No intuitive way to use the application. It is more a try and error game.
Finally, one of my favorite feature missing, a "save search and use it later again" seems to be missing even in v3.
Sorry folks, no money from me for this update.
Maybe next version.
[Version 3.0.0]


Dcuwcy reviewed on 16 Sep 2013
Version 3.06 seems to move all email into trash.(OS X 10.8.5)
[Version 3.0.6]

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Dcuwcy replied on 18 Sep 2013
OK. Problem solved (so far). After removing all related files and install again it seems to work again. Strange, but if it works.

Dcuwcy reviewed on 15 Dec 2011
So, after spending several hours of using Snapheal on normal Day by Day pictures, this application didn’t match the commercial video at all. If you already own any other app with the same focus like Photoshop, Aperture, Lightroom and so on, you could save your money.
The results are often very disappointing, compared to the competitors.
While it take me seconds with Aperture to remove dust particles from a picture (choose Heal, Point, click, you´re done), Snapheal needs more time with less convincing result. You always have to correct it a second or third time, remove remaining artifacts by hand and so on.
Removing unwanted Parts (like people as shown in the video) didn’t work as smooth`(at all) as within Photoshop, because some needed tools (like layers, eyedropper, masking etc) are missed.
Maybe, that’s the reason why they didn’t offer a trial ?
Handling of RAW files (Canon and Nikon maybe due to those files are handled by the OS and all other should do as well)
Savings in 8 and 16bit (Tif, JPG PNG)
Some tools for additional corrections
It didn’t Crash

Not as MAGIC as advertised, you need a lot of time for fine tuning
No direct import from iPhoto (maybe the target audience) or Aperture, because it is a standalone only.
No layers
No savings as DNG
Limitations of the drag-and-drop import by a „stupidly“ centered and very small field.
No refund offered (wisely)

Hopefully, this Review wouldn’t be deleted as the other Review, Therefore I have removed/modified some parts.
[Version 1.0]

Dcuwcy commented on 12 Dec 2011
How could somebody write a review, if no tryout version is available? Pay 10 bucks for a nice commercial video?
AFAIK it looks good, maybe too good ;)
But every photo app or Photoshop could do the same.
[Version 1.0]

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Dcuwcy replied on 12 Dec 2011
Downloads raising....curious.
Sells so far?
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