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Macjudge reviewed on 03 Nov 2012
Web Snapper actually works quite well for me. I have been using it for over 2 years without any problems.

Unfortunately it doesn't seem to play nice with 'responsive' websites. I usually get the output in 'iPhone format' rather then the full page that I wanted. Please fix that!
[Version 3.2.6]



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Macjudge commented on 06 Oct 2012
Dropbox Version 1.5.36 (Beta) introduces a new menu bar drop-down interface. It looks very clean and works as expected but does not quite fit in with the default OS X interface.

I'm not saying it's bad but if other developers follow, we will soon have a colorful mess instead of a unified OS.

Have a look at it: http://on.fb.me/VxZtVo (Facebook)
[Version 1.5.36]


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Macjudge replied on 06 Oct 2012
That's interesting. Seems like the script skipped the previous version. Thanks for the heads up.
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Macjudge reviewed on 25 Sep 2012
I went ahead and tried Xlog. It does what it promises and it does it well. I'm sure this will come in handy sometimes.

On top of it, it's free!
[Version 1.0.1]



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+3

Macjudge reviewed on 24 May 2012
The app works really well and does exactly what it claims.

There's some space for improvement though:
1. Please add an option to change how the menu appears once you press the icon in the menu bar. I'm not a big fan of this gigantic pop up. (maybe some fade-in or the option to turn off the animation entirely)
2. I would also like to see a more compressed interface. An option to 'shrink' everything so it appears more compact would be very welcome - especially with many drives attached.

Again, this is just my taste. Otherwise, grab it while it's free!
[Version 1.0]




Macjudge rated on 17 Nov 2011
[Version 5.4.0.1771]



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+4
Macjudge commented on 07 Nov 2011
I can't believe that HardwareGrowler now costs 1.99 USD! I was always happy to donate something and I also accepted that they started charging for Growl but the Addons..
[Version 1.3]




Macjudge rated on 20 Aug 2011
[Version 0.62]



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Macjudge commented on 19 Aug 2011
I suggest everybody to have a look at sfCubed (SF3). It synchronizes all my contacts, appointments and events without any problem so far. It seems to work with all Salesforce Editions which is a big bonus. Also, it's free!

http://code.google.com/p/sf3/
[Version 0.62]


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Macjudge replied on 19 Aug 2011
Ups. Actually it's the same program but apparently Macupdate isn't quite up to date with the newest update. Sorry about that!

- 0.65 is out since April 13
- Works with current Salesforce
- Lion Compatible
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+4

Macjudge reviewed on 03 Aug 2011
After upgrading to Lion, Mail.app doesn't do the Job for me anymore and I'm now eagerly looking for an alternative. Mail clients such as Thunderbird and Postbox were out right away because I tried them in the past and didn't like them so much. I've also had a look at Outlook 2011 but I'm not a fan of it and don't need most of it's functionality.

I soon stumbled upon MailMate and so far I'm very satisfied with it. There are many things I like about it:
- Simplicity
- It feels slightly quicker then Mail.app
- Regularly updated by the Author
- Very Stable so far (4 IMAP Accounts)

At the moment I'm still running Mail.app and MailMate side by side as I'm trying to figure out which works more efficiently for me.

I really like that MailMate is still in a rather early stage of development and since the Author seems pretty responsive I believe there's a lot of potential!

There's one thing I noticed while running Mail.app and MailMate side by side. With the same EMail Accounts, doing simply replying EMails in MailMate and other Hand copying thousands of EMails to another Account in Mail.App, I've noticed that MailMate uses quite some extra RAM (172.5MB vs 257.9MB). The same thing happens when they only 'sit' there after a fresh boot up. Mail.app uses 66MB and MailMate jumped up to 124MB and stays around there.

Anyway, I didn't mean to write so much. I can definitely recommend MailMate and I'm looking forward to see some more progress!
[Version 1.2]



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Macjudge reviewed on 13 May 2011
Twitterrific is still my favorite Twitter clients. It doesn't get into the way while I use it, looks pleasant and disappears once I'm done tweeting. Also I like that there are some options to customize how it behaves, notifies and looks like.

Still, I would really like to see a lower price. I guess it would be much easier for others to buy this if it was, let's say - 7.99USD or even 4.99USD.

Otherwise great! Thanks.
[Version 4.1]



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Macjudge had trouble on 13 Nov 2011
I would really like to play around a little bit but unfortunately I'm unable to download WOW 3.3.5. When I klick the downloader, I choose the Lich King, it will download some files and that's it. The window disappears and there's no trace of anything happening or files downloaded.

Any idea what that could be?
[Version 7.0.3d]



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