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Eighty reviewed on 31 Oct 2011
Not too sure what all the fuss is over the price here, nor can I see the line of logic which has brought so many people in on "the free market" debate. This is not an economic philosophy argument - it is an app review.

So, moving along...

This is an extremely useful background app to have. If *anyone* out there can honestly claim that KeyCue is superfluous (that is, if it tells you nothing that you didn't already know) then, well, all I can say is "you need to get out more".

This app falls into the category of "why learn it all when you can look it up in an instant?". Maybe you really have learned "Every Single Key Combination For Every Single App You Use", but I really doubt it.

For the rest of us (those with lives that extend beyond the OS X desktop), KeyCue is a brilliant app - verging on "indispensable", in fact. The price is not an issue if you use your Mac to turn a profit, as the time it saves (even just a few seconds here and there scattered throughout the day) truly adds up and certainly does help streamline your workflow and productivity (far more than, say, opting for an i7 processor instead of the standard Core i5 in most practical circumstances).

All in all, a great background reference app, worth every penny (or peso, or cent, whatever). Slick interface, timely updates, and - most importantly - great stability. If the concept of this app piques your curiosity even slightly, then I recommend you purchase this app pronto. The aim is to keep your hands on your keyboard instead of reaching for the mouse or trackpad every few minutes, and to that end KeyCue works perfectly.
[Version 6.0]


Eighty reviewed on 12 Apr 2011
The major factors in my recommendation of this accounting software versus any other currently available are:

a)Cross-Platform full functionality (that is, the Mac and Windows versions offer the exact same experience)

b)Multiple Company Management (perfect for multi-tiered small businesses, especially those that operate online)

c)Multiple Currencies (again, brilliant for those who conduct business online)

...and of course, the "Free Copy For Your Accountant" offer, which will finally put an end to costly data migrations and/or endless excuses from your accountant!

The TCO (total cost of ownership) per year across all editions of MoneyWorks is - as they say on the website - a great deal less than the competition (this is especially true of the Gold Edition). And the learning-curve is absoutely transparent, making book-keeping far more intuitive than either MYOB or Quicken ever managed to.

Put simply, MoneyWorks is the only fully-featured accounting software on the market today that won't make you cringe evey time you think of making an entry!

And even more points to the crew at Cognito for including fully localized data that caters to all of us in the "forgotten countries" (Australia, NZ, Canada etc)!

I couldn't be happier with this software - I've been using it since version 5 and haven't found a serous flaw yet!
[Version 6.0.5]

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