IamPter
Downloads: 0
Posts: 24
Smile Score: -14
About Me
I am a Free member
Gender: Male


Visit Stats
Last Visit: 309 days ago
Member Since: 19 May 2008
Profile Views: 1,061

IamPter's Posts
Average Rating from IamPter:
(3)

sort: smiles | time
burypromote
IamPter commented on 11 Aug 2012
The current version is 2.0.2. The download link here is broken. You can find it here. http://files.wetfish.de/ase/App_Store_Expenses-2.0.2.zip
[Version 2.0]



burypromote
-2

IamPter reviewed on 26 Jul 2012
Absolutely the best data recovery application on the Mac to date.
[Version 1.8.194]




IamPter rated on 26 Jul 2012
[Version 1.5.2]




IamPter rated on 22 Mar 2012
[Version 0.30b]



burypromote
-8
IamPter commented on 18 Aug 2011
Actually, you can remove apps from the launchpad. It works just as it does in iOS. Just click and hold on an app until it shakes, then you can delete them from the launchpad.
[Version 1.1]


1 Reply

burypromote
-4

-14
IamPter replied on 18 Aug 2011
And if you don't get the delete X icon next to an app, you can always drag it to the trash from launchpad to remove it.
burypromote
IamPter commented on 07 Feb 2008
If you want the Greek language added please contact the developer of iParrot Phrase so that they know I am not the only one that would like this language added.
[Version 3.2]



burypromote
IamPter commented on 05 Oct 2007
Anyone know where else to get this application? Since the download/creator's web account is suspended.
[Version 1.0]



burypromote
-1
IamPter commented on 01 Oct 2007
Shouldn't you have more than bitmap as an option to turn into a vector based object? What about psd, jpeg, gif and of course png?

Thank you,
Peter Apokotos
http://apokotos.com
http://knightrider.org
http://macmariner.org
[Version 2.0.1]



burypromote
IamPter commented on 26 Jun 2007
Will there be an Intel or Universal build of the command line nmap because the one that comes with the package is PPC only.
[Version 3.0]



burypromote
-1
IamPter commented on 12 Apr 2007
Another application that should either be free or ten dollars or less. For any developer making GPS related apps your competition is Google Earth which comes in A free and paid version for twenty dollars and works in real time with a USB GPS receiver.
[Version 1.0b5]


1 Reply

burypromote

-14
IamPter replied on 14 Apr 2007
Again it was just an example and yours proves that since it needs Google Earth it shouldn't cost more than the product it supports.
There are currently no troubleshooting comments by this member.

Displaying 1-10 of 11
1 2 >
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature


- -