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Xenophile commented on 20 Apr 2014

Does not work, don't bother downloading.
[Version 3.0]

Xenophile commented on 26 Dec 2013
It looks promising but I cannot find any means of trying it out.
[Version 1.30]

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Xenophile replied on 26 Dec 2013
Sorry, that comment was directed at another app. Essentials can be downloaded as a free trial.

Xenophile reviewed on 26 Dec 2013
Spamware. This foul app shows ads on my Mac. I download Safari Extensions to remove ads from websites - why would I download an app to display ads right on my Mac?
[Version 2.0]

Xenophile commented on 26 Dec 2013
I was skeptical at first due to the price. WWJD? Would He charge $50 for the word of our Lord?

Using Accordance, I've realized it's worth every penny. Accordance helped organize our monthly Scripture Session on God's condemnation of homoexuals and their wicked lifestyles. The power of scripture made a few converts and compelled a few sinners to enroll in our Pray Away program, but it was Accordance that enabled us to organize the Word Of God so powerfully against teh gay.

Accordance is such a miraculous program, we believe God Himself may have guided the developer in his coding. Technically inclined Christians should note that Accordance installs no daemons on your system! It is a true Christianist app.
[Version 10.3.3]

Xenophile commented on 14 Dec 2013
Developer's site reports this is no longer actively developed. I've been using Glims for this functionality and it works beautifully, plus it has a crap ton of other features.
[Version 1.1.2]

Xenophile commented on 29 Nov 2013
I find it easier and more versatile to use something like Glims to create text shortcuts for different search engines. For example, set the Amazon search to "az", then just type "az" in the Safari address bar followed by a space and then the search terms. This works for searching almost any website with a built in search function.

It's easier to type a few letters than to select a different search field, and saves valuable toolbar space.

On the other hand, Amazon Search Bar is easier to install and set up, and has links to one's cart, which is nice.
[Version 1.5]


Xenophile reviewed on 24 Oct 2013
Very sad to see this is no longer being developed. Bean has the perfect balance of features and simplicity for my needs. I'd gladly pay a few bucks for it to see continued development.
[Version 3.2.5]

Xenophile commented on 22 Oct 2013
$15? Don't be so cheap, Apple. Make it free and leave Aperture as the paid upgrade.
[Version 9.5]

Xenophile commented on 14 Oct 2013
The latest version is 6.4.2, get it at the developer's site here:

Haven't used it enough to write a full review, but it looks promising!
[Version 6.3]

Xenophile commented on 26 Jul 2013
$30 to fix a simple problem?


Do yourself a favor and use a free fan controller.
[Version 2.2]

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