Paul Baily
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Paulnojustpaul reviewed on 25 Apr 2013
If you were lucky enough to grab the iOS version of Delicious Library, you may want to stick with version 2 of this app. As far as I can tell the syncing option has been completely removed in this version.

Understandable but unfortunately a bit of a deal-breaker for me.
[Version 3.0]

Paulnojustpaul rated on 13 Mar 2013

Paulnojustpaul rated on 01 May 2012
[Version 1.2]

Paulnojustpaul rated on 29 Jul 2011

Paulnojustpaul rated on 29 Apr 2011
[Version 4.76beta]


Paulnojustpaul reviewed on 06 Mar 2011
Another long time QuickSilver & QSB user/refugee here. This is a very fast & elegant launcher that has finally seen QuickSilver go to the clearing at the end of the path on my Macs.

The visual feedback is reminiscent of QuickSilver (and yes, you can get rid of the hat icon.) My main hangup with LaunchBar was that it was that unobtrusive when triggered that I had to look for it to see if it was listening. Alfred is more along the QuickSilver line of thinking in that you barely need to be looking at the screen to know that it's waiting.

The only thing I miss going from QuickSilver to Alfred is triggers, but I only had a few simple ones and some one trick AppleScripts soon filled that gap.

The powerpack is great too, I bought it within a day of seriously trying Alfred, partially for the functionality, but also to encourage them to keep up the excellent work!
[Version 0.8.2]

Paulnojustpaul rated on 03 Feb 2011
[Version 0.8.1]

Paulnojustpaul commented on 12 Nov 2010
10.1 brings the option to disable the Ping button!

Look in the preferences under Parental Controls.
[Version 10.1]


Paulnojustpaul reviewed on 02 Oct 2010
IMHO this is the leader of the pack when it comes to Mac OS X based DLNA servers.

The interface is intuitive and unobtrusive, you're almost left wondering why some of the other offerings are complex. The on-the-fly transcoding is completely transparent with the host Mac (2.8GHz MacBook Pro in this case) not even raising a sweat on 720p MKVs.

Streaming to a Sony Bravia over wireless, this was the only one that flawlessly worked, recognising every file I threw at it. Snappy response times in navigation and playback, too.

Generous demo time limit (60 mins per session, relaunch to repeat as many times as you like) but I ended up registering it within a day. It already stomps all over our existing dedicated media player hardware.

Thanks for a top effort guys!
[Version 1.7.4]


PaulNoJustPaul reviewed on 10 Apr 2009
Nice unobtrusive utility that works as advertised.

Especially impressed with the responsiveness of the developer. Tried loading it on an old G4 I have here for games and it wouldn't stay running. Sent them a support ticket from their website in the evening, had a reply and a bugfix the next morning. Can't ask for better than that!
[Version 1.0.4]

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