Joseph Nightingale
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Woodjoe reviewed on 11 Feb 2013
I like the app very much. I cannot wait for an iOS version. It is very clean and easy to use. I tried so much note taking apps in the last days because I don't want to use the Apple app anymore. This one is the only one that got my attention.
One the one side you have those plain text note apps which are ugly as hell, on the other side you have Evernote which is just cluttered with options and buttons. I prefer clean UIs like the one Noted has to offer.
I would like to see some audio recording features in the future, syncing with Apple's notes.app and Spotlight integration.
[Version 1.1.0]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 11 Feb 2013
I used the iOS version of 2do since the beginning. And at the beginning I was very happy with its huge amount of features. But after some weeks I began to use simple paper todo lists again. Why? Because it is simple to use. I realized that despite the nice UI and the features it is too difficult to use.
And it's the same with the Mac version for me. I really tried to love this program and it is beautiful and all but when I add a project and try to add subtasks it takes too long. I can't use it for work because when I have to add tasks very fast I still need too much time. I can't use it for university for the very same reason. I returned using Apples Reminders.app because of its simpleness. Don't get me wrong, I am not satisfied with Reminders, either, but I can add tasks with Fantastical very fast.
For people who have time and like to work a lot with their touchpad and their mouse, 2do is a good choice because of the features. For those who want to add projects, subtasks and so on very fast, have to try it, if it fits their needs.
[Version 1.0.2]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 11 Feb 2013
5 stars because it is just awesome. I wrote a lot since I bought the program, most of the time in very noisy areas (train station, train). I just plug my earphones in and I am in another world.
Twice I forgot to leave the train to university at the right station, because I was so into writing.
[Version 1.30]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 12 Nov 2012
I don't know if I like Twitterrific.
It is easy to use and very stable, but it is lacking some features I don't want to miss anymore.
Searching for people per example.
I like the colors and the UI, what doesn't fit into the picture are those ugly icons on the top.

If you look for a Twitter client that isn't expensive and has Tweetmarker support it is still a good choice 'cause it is in active development and the support via Twitter is very good. You always get an answer, even if people just troll.
[Version 4.4.10]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 12 Nov 2012
It is almost as good as Tweetbot. On the positive side, it has a really nice UI and it is very cheap compared to Tweetbot. It has almost the same functions.

For everyone who doesn't want to pay 20 $ for a Twitter client but who wants to have a beautiful client that is easy on the eyes and intuitive to use, Osfoora is the right choice.
[Version 1.2.1]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 12 Nov 2012
Tweetbot is the best native Twitter client on Mac. It is too expensive but this move was obvious because of the new API.

I tried all clients available for Mac: From YoruFukurou, which is nice, but ugly to Osfoora, which is also very nice but has some flaws right now.

I cannot use another client than Tweetbot. It is functional, it has sync options, it is beautiful.
But it is expensive. So expensive that I, as a student, cannot afford to buy it. And this makes me sad. Shame on Twitter for this.
I can definitively recommend this app to everyone who can afford the 20 bucks, though.
[Version 1.0.1]




Woodjoe rated on 09 Nov 2012
[Version 2.3.3]




Woodjoe rated on 03 Nov 2012
[Version 1.0.17]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 26 Aug 2012
One of the best MMO games out there. The learning curve is indeed very steep! But there is no other game as realistic as EVE Online.
[Version 3.7]



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Woodjoe reviewed on 26 Aug 2012
The fact is:
You still don't have hardware acceleration. The battery usage is 3x higher than watching the same videos with MplayerX, PLEX or XBMC.
This is ridiculous for people who like to watch videos with their Macbooks.

Yea, one of the developers linked to an early alpha with HW acceleration but it is very unstable.

Beside this very important reason not to use VLC anymore developers still don't listen to their users.
The UI is still one of the ugliest UIs I've ever seen and I was a Windows user once....

Bye bye, VLC.
[Version 2.0.3]


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Woodjoe replied on 26 Aug 2012
As long as you don't have to rely on your battery this might be true. If you have a MacPro or a MacMini or you don't like to be mobile.

But if you like to be mobile and like to carry your Macbook around than you can watch you battery go down like ice cream in the summer sun.
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