Osp
Downloads: 0
Posts: 14
Smile Score: +17
About Me
I am a Free member
Gender: Male


Visit Stats
Last Visit: 126 days ago
Member Since: 16 Mar 2009
Profile Views: 1,571

Osp's Posts
Average Rating from Osp:
(12)

sort: smiles | time
burypromote
-2

Osp reviewed on 10 Aug 2012
It's like TextEdit but 10 bugs better for just 5 bugs. Wow.
[Version 1.0]



burypromote
+1

Osp reviewed on 11 Oct 2011
It simply does what it should: handle my Umsatz.
Great, move on MOApp!
[Version 2.0.3]



burypromote

Osp reviewed on 12 May 2011
myManuals is a typical member of the myXXXX family. Easy to use and clean.

In the past I had to use MS Word to write manuals (it comes with lot of export options, which come with a lot of headache).

Now I am really happy to work with myManuals - and my boss is happy, too. Not to mention the users.

To me myManuals has an outstanding price/value ratio! I can't imagine doing my job without it.
[Version 4.0.1]



burypromote
+1

Osp reviewed on 25 Oct 2010
It is a wonderful word processor with a great companion on the iPad. I am using the iTunes file share feature and it just works for me.

By the way: myTexts Pro just works. It's a great app for a great price.
[Version 1.0]



burypromote
+3

Osp reviewed on 31 Jan 2010
This is the fastest way to VIEW my images. It is by far faster than iPhoto.
Most of the time myPhotos has all that it takes to find an image and grab it to use it. If I have to do more sophisticated stuff I switch to iPhoto.
Bottom line: Everything I need on a daily basis is speed and myPhotos is very speedy!
[Version 0.9]



burypromote
+2

Osp reviewed on 30 Nov 2009
To me myText snow is a great application. The super easy cross grade option from MOApp let's me us both options (black and white background) at no further costs.

I have to strongly disagree the other commentators: There are much more changes than just the background color. Look at the details.

If the black background color isn't right for you try snow and don't forget to drop MOApp a mail for the cross grade.
[Version 1.3]



burypromote
+1
Osp commented on 03 Nov 2009
I simply love Glims. It turns Safari into a better Mac experience.
[Version 1.0b23]



burypromote
+3

Osp reviewed on 27 Oct 2009
Again, a great piece of craftsmanship by MOApp.

Everyone who's tired of writing his blog entries online must give myBlogEdit a chance. It gives you a chance to focus on what's the most important thing on the block, again: the content.

You can write the text like in TextEdit. Entering the special tags full links and the like is easy enough for newcomers, while professionals have full control over the look and feel. Inserting pictures is a snap.

myBlogEdit is for everyone: For newcomers and professionals. Specially the lack of certain features is to your advantage.

With myBlogEdit editing your blog will never be the same for good.
[Version 2.2]



burypromote
+1

Osp reviewed on 27 Oct 2009
It is my twitter client of choice.

Tweetie has found the one hand the sleek user interface and on the other hand a huge number of functions under the hood. Thus, as a newcomer to Twitter it does not stand in my way and as I'm growing up in Twitter it has the pro-tools at hand.

I highly recommend it to anyone using Twitter.
[Version 1.2.4]



burypromote
+1

Osp reviewed on 27 Oct 2009
Still one of the best news readers available for the Mac.

No matter if you follow just one blog or 200 blogs NetnewsWire does the trick for you. The user interface is built to cope with hundreds of news.

As a long-time user it bothers me that I have to buy a new license to get rid of the ads. But this is really the only thing.
[Version 3.2.3]



There are currently no troubleshooting comments by this member.

Displaying 1-10 of 14
1 2 >
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature


- -