Profp
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Profp reviewed on 10 Dec 2012
This is a great app — I have been waiting for an app of this sort for years. I have been using it since beta testing — a very committed developer. If you want a cleaner, more functional, menu bar, buy this app.
[Version 1.0.6]



burypromote
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Profp reviewed on 10 Dec 2012
This app is very functional - it does what it needs to do very efficiently and effectively, without all of the visual garbage that so many other pasteboard apps employ.

It seems to me that the developer of this app is one of the good guys. I had a minor problem, sent him an email, and within a day, he sent me an updated version that fixed the problem. He is the kind of developer that I am happy to support.

If you need a very functional and reliable pasteboard app, this is the one to buy.
[Version 7.71]



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Profp reviewed on 30 Nov 2012
In my opinion, iStat menus has been a very good product for many years. I am happy to pay an upgrade fee every couple of years. I don't think that we can expect a developer to work for free. Is this a massive update - no. Is it worthwhile to buy it to support this very good developer - absolutely. Given this developers history of improving his apps, I suspect that many of your concerns in the reviews below will be addressed in the near future. In the meantime, I have paid for an upgrade, and am happy to have done so.
[Version 4.00]



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Profp reviewed on 10 Nov 2012
This app works very well. It solves a longstanding challenge with the OSX menubar — a problem that Apple seems unwilling to improve. For me, this app is worth every penny of its price.
[Version 1.0.4]



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Profp reviewed on 03 Mar 2012
I tried the demo – and then purchased the app. This app is very simple to use and does exactly what it claims to do. In the past, I have written applescripts to load apps and arrange the menu bar – now I am happy to pay for an app that takes care of it for me.

My only suggestion is a better way to deal with apps that are already on the Logins Items list – that is, when an app is added to menu bar arranger for launch, it would be nice if it was automatically removed from the login items in system preferences.
[Version 1.1]



burypromote
+2

Profp reviewed on 01 Feb 2011
This is an excellent application - useful functionality that is well implemented. I used the beta for some time, and am more than happy to pay $10 for this application.
[Version 1.0]



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