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Kbran reviewed on 23 Jul 2013
I just stumbled across Keyboard Maestro while looking for the latest version of QuicKeys. I used QK many years ago and was wondering what had become of a long-time favorite. Unfortunately, I learned that QuicKeys is no longer supported but Keyboard Maestro most definitely is! Keyboard Maestro is a wonderfully useful and solid utility. I had a specific need for this program that it has performed flawlessly. It was very easy to build my rather complex macro and one of these I'll even read the User Guide! Thank you developer. This is worth every penny.
[Version 6.1]

Kbran rated on 09 Feb 2013
[Version 0.9.18]


Kbran reviewed on 02 Sep 2012
Well done Tunespan developer! This app worked flawlessly when I needed to move a very large iTunes library to an external drive. Yes I know that I could have read up on the multi-step procedures and done this migration manually, but it was definitely worth the $14.99 to have it go correctly the first time while I was out enjoying the holiday weekend with my family. The process took almost 9 hours and iTunes booted up and acted like normal the first time I tried it with the new library location.

Until Apple makes iTunes housekeeping procedures more intuitive, I'll with specialized apps like Tunespan.
[Version 1.0.3]


Kbran reviewed on 11 Jan 2012
Wow, Pulsar is a fantastic alternative to the horrid "official" SiriusXM flash application. In fact, prior to finding this program, I was dedicating a Sonos S5 to listening to Sirius XM in my home office. Now this inexpensive application allows me to move the $400 S5 to another room in the house. I hope it stays stable and as usable as it is now. Great job Pulsar developer!
[Version 2.3.2]

Kbran rated on 07 Jan 2011
[Version 4.26]


Kbran reviewed on 04 Nov 2010
I bought Blast about 4 months ago when it was part of a promo. Not really sure why I bought it, but as it has turned out, Blast has been a wonderfully useful utility. I use it constantly. When I am working on a big project, I have files upon files from different applications opened, used, closed, moved, and then reopened. These files end up spread out over multiple hard drives, monitors, folders, and even in my Dropbox. When I have to again quickly find these files, folders, or even applications, I find myself going to Blast first. Yes, I know I can Spotlight it, or search recents, but Blast is just so darn quick and elegant. Thank you to the developer. (and thanks or bringing back the "splat" icon)
[Version 1.6.3]

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