Prospero
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Prospero reviewed on 30 Dec 2010
People beware and stay away from this software as well as from Babylon Ltd. The Mac software doesn´t work at all and the so called customer support isn´t reacting in any way. This is one of the worst experiences I ever made ... and I paid a lot for it ...
[Version 2.0.1]



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Prospero reviewed on 26 Mar 2010
Actually I don´t understand all these negative posts here. I use Mozy for quite some time now and all I can say is that it´s very very reliable.
[Version 1.7.1]



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Prospero reviewed on 10 Jun 2009
Looks very promising. Until now I used LB and was about to pay the upgrade fee. Now I hesitate as I think QSB has quite some potential. Lets see how the plugins roll in ... Could very well be the next QS. In contrary to the reviewer before I don´t think that the interface is ugly ... it´s reduced to what you need ... nothing more and nothing less ....
[Version 2.0.0.1447]



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Prospero reviewed on 09 May 2009
I really like this application ... it is exactly what I was looking for.

First you have to check for your actual inventory and enter it into the program. While doing this you can decide, how much of each (cosmetics, food, etc.) you want to have available and when ("shopping list entry point") you want to buy new stuff. One can individually assign several shops to each product (for example shop A, B and C for buying milk and eggs and shop B and X for vegetables or juices). When you go shopping you just have to check what you have to buy in the shop you are currently in. What you buy is then automatically transferred to your inventory. Isn´t this GREAT? Another feature is that one can enter a dates until the product has to be used ...

Together with the iPhone app and the free web account it is very easy to keep the shopping lists of my wife and me in sync.

Shopping list can be printed ...

Two additional remarks: when I first synced the desktop program with the web account, the program crashed once. After that there hans´t been any problem so far.

The German translation should be modified as some terms aren´t correct.
[Version 1.2]


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Prospero replied on 09 May 2009
One thing I forgot to say: I absolutely don´t think that the iPhone app is too expensive. For me it is worth every penny ...
burypromote
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Prospero reviewed on 09 May 2009
After months of waiting for signifiacant improvements I finally gave up and throwed the towel. Things on the surface looks really good but when I compare it to OF I must say that it´s only eyecandy. I would have given Cultured Code the time to improve their product if they would have communicated to their customers. Instead of this there was a big silence from their side on their so called support (!!!) forum. Now they have killed the forums on their site in total. This is more than I can stand. I am (was) their customer and I want to have bit more of respect *after* they got my money. Thank you Cultured Code for showing me the difference between a customer driven ethics and yours ... NEVER AGAIN!!!
[Version 1.1.1]



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