Dan Lavie
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Pixelmac reviewed on 10 Apr 2014
This software is simply amazing.
I have tested beutifull Kaleidoscope app and other solutions as well, but nothing comes even close to DeltaWalker Pro.

When you're dealing with File, folder comparison & synchronization, you'll find yourself dealing with situations that demand simple or complex operations. DeltaWalker does it all in one app while other tools are missing very useful options.

I purchased the DeltaWalker Oro version (yes Oro), since it allows you to run the app with the same registration number on all platform: Mac OS X, Windows, Linux

If you just need one Platform, go with DeltaWalker Pro.

Since yesterday I can't let it rest.
Cleaning and Reorganizing all my work and personal related documents.
I had so many backups and 'versions' of stuff, and I just couldn't reconcile them all manually.

DeltaWalker is screamingly fast, and helps you make smart decisions while combining, merging and synchronizing folders for example.

The support and response time from sales and the support team was amazing.
If you have any complex task that you think is too complicated for you, just write them, and they help.

Thank you Deltopia for all the help and advice.

[Version 2.0.1]

Pixelmac commented on 12 Jan 2011
It does not create a stand alone app for iPad/iPhone .
You need the FormEntry Touch on each devise you use the solution you develop as well.
[Version 1.1.7]


Pixelmac reviewed on 04 Nov 2010
Using version 5 beta, and amazed by it's stability and speed.

I'm so happy I purchased this software yesterday, so I want to spread the word about that tool.

This is the "Do it all" , "Got all features" backup and file synchronization application that I was looking for a long time now.

There is only one other software for the Mac that does almost the same, with a better MAC like user interface, but with some limitations regarding .mac / .me synching.

Super Flexible does have a long and funny name, and it does have a different look then others, but it got more features, and works out of the box.

In a matter of about 10 minutes, I was able to configure it do handle all my backups and synchronization tasks.

I use SuperDuper to have a duplicate copy of my laptop on one external drive, but with Super Flexible Software I managed to do the following in just a few minutes.

1. Synchronize my iPhoto library with my wife's iMac.
2. Backup all my most important stuff to my iDisk/.ME account.
3. Created a task that grabs all my client's web site backups from my web hosting servers, and it downloads all the new ones to an external drive the moment I connect that drive to my laptop.(so I always have a second backup for my clients locally).
4. Created a simple task that downloads and archive all my Google Docs files to my backup local drives.
5. A task that connect to all my FTP accounts, and downloads all the new files that clients prepare for me. It also can delete the remote files if you want to.

Ok, I better stop since I'm a bit too excited about a backup tool, but after all, we keep a lot of stuff today locally and online, and not having a backup can be a devastating experience.

I highly recommend this software for both Mac and PC users, it runs in the background as I write this, taking care of things... amazing.

This is a MUST HAVE !!!!

Dan Lavie
[Version 5 beta 126]

Pixelmac commented on 18 Jan 2007
Studiometry is great for one single user, and it does have many interface issues to be solved.

I like it very much, but I am about to move to FileMaker Pro instead.

FileMaker has many ready made tools that does what Studiometry do, but much better.

Also, with FileMaker you can add your own features in a snap, and it is very fast.

FileMaker is king as wlways !
[Version 4.0.3]

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