Frank Parth
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Frankp reviewed on 24 Mar 2014
Since I play videos during classes, I find Boom to be indispensable for pushing the volume up so that students can hear it. If it wasn't for Boom I couldn't show a lot of the videos I do, the unassisted volume produced by my Retina MBP just isn't loud enough.
[Version 1.9]

Frankp rated on 21 Dec 2013
[Version 5.0.3]

Frankp rated on 22 Nov 2013
[Version 5.1]


Frankp reviewed on 12 Nov 2013
I have to agree with the comments that it's overpriced. Reasonably good features, but not worth $50.

I tried to upgrade from the earlier version, but the App Store won't let me buy it because it says I already have it, but when I open the app it tells me I've exceeded the trial period (which I wanted, I've always paid for upgrades) and to buy it in the App Store.

Their support staff has been completely unhelpful, only telling me to talk to Apple.
[Version 2.5.3]


Frankp reviewed on 06 Aug 2013
Tried to go to developers website, but it shows as not available.
[Version 1.5.1]


Frankp reviewed on 31 May 2013
This is a great product. Does the same thing as the old WindowShade did but without the problems that haxies caused.

I had a small problem getting it set up properly and Chris responded immediately and got it working.
[Version 2.1]


Frankp reviewed on 18 Feb 2013
I've used it religiously for three years and it works well.

They keep making the data base bigger, but it would be more beneficial to clean up the data base instead of continually adding to it. Searches for specific foods can turn up items totally unrelated to what you're searching for.

Many people use Stouffer's Lean Cuisine meals, but the naming of each product is erratic. If I look for one of their pizzas, I'm never sure if it's under Stouffer's, under Lean Cuisine, or under the specific pizza name.
[Version 3.7.0]


Frankp reviewed on 21 Feb 2011
Using this software helped me lose 30 pounds. The database needs some data cleansing effort (search results are erratic), but otherwise a great tool to help you lose weight.
[Version 3.5.6]


Frankp reviewed on 24 Jul 2010
It's a shame that one unhappy person can dominate the discussion like this. MailForge is good and getting better. It's the closest thing to the old Eudora that so many people loved and still use.

Even large development houses struggle to put out perfect software, and when you're a small development company things take time, especially to make sure all the major bugs are worked out and the different parts of the software are fully integrated.
[Version 2.0.3]


FrankP reviewed on 22 Jul 2009
Early versions of this product were good. Unfortunately the developer(s) decided to make it bloatware by incorporating a lot of things that aren't needed in a menu bar clock, such as stock prices.

In the process of upgrading, they dropped some really basic things, like being able to add many cities to the clock list. I haven't been able to add Dubai or Abu Dhabi since the redesign.
[Version 1.0b20]

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