Michael Mccuistion
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Goat reviewed on 17 Jun 2012
Wow, ScreenFloat is an incredible timesaver! I wish I has this long ago.

NOTE TO DEVELOPER: ScreenFloat is the absolute perfect utility while using the brainstorming/project management app, Curio. In my opinion it should be bundled with every copy of Curio. Perhaps you could contact the publisher (Zengobi) and possibly make thousands of other Curio users very happy. I recently heard about ScreenFloat on Zebgobi's Blog and it has turned out to be one of the best timesaving tips I've run across in years. Thanks for creating an excellent product.
[Version 1.3]


Goat reviewed on 20 Mar 2011
I like ViewIt Lite and I sure cannot complain about the price! I believe it has a lot of potential.

However, I highly prefer Xsee because it allows easy renaming as well as moving/copying files. Also Xsee's palette is located the top of the screen which is much more convenient.

Try both.
[Version 1.0.2]


Goat reviewed on 20 Mar 2011
I take lots of screenshots. This utility is a big time saver for viewing, renaming, and moving the screenshots to various folders via its customizable folder list.

Very fast! Five star.
[Version 2.1.8]


Goat reviewed on 16 Jun 2010
Very nice appearance.

Somewhat comparable to "Namely" so you might want to try both.

I have lots of apps so I wish the "selection list" was expandable-only four apps are visible at once without scrolling through the list.

Also, the path of the app is shown, which is a nice feature for people with a ton of apps. However, often this feature causes the name of an app that is nested inside several folders to be entirely truncated. You have no idea what you are selecting, except for the app's icon. Until these two problems are fixed, I'll have to stay with Namely.

Other than those issues, it seems to be well on its way to being a first rate app.
[Version 1.3]


Goat reviewed on 11 Jan 2010
A very handy little app! I no longer have to restart or use a paper clip to eject "unejectable" disks! Works GREAT with both my internal and external DVD/CD drives.
[Version 1.2]

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