Steve Howland
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Y-Guy reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
Just like my Mac, it just works! It's a wonderful uncluttered interface that purges the various files, but allows you to see what's being nuked before it happens so you can confirm and verify.
[Version 2.2.1]


Y-Guy reviewed on 07 Dec 2013
I had to walk away from the highway robber that 1Password has become. To update my iPhone, iPad and Mac cost that much for an upgrade I figured there was another option that was affordable and functional. For the past couple of months I've been running OneSafe on my iOS devices (one price, multiple devices) and my home and work Macs.

It took me a while to get used to the interface, it's mostly designed to save to your local computer - this is one area the developers could either better document or develop - frankly I'd rather have it saved in Dropbox/iCloud with back up's to my Macs. But it works well enough. Though the features that only work for the Desktop are lost as I want/need items saved across my various devices.

As far as function it works right out of the box, I had no problem setting up any of my devices, and once it was setup I was again able to have access to all my passwords.

There is room for growth and development but so far it's working and best of all affordable.
[Version 1.1.5]

Y-Guy commented on 06 Dec 2013
With the update of Mavericks some users were having serious problems with this software. I want to give kudos to WD for sending an email alert out warning owners of this potential data loss issues. It took them a while to issue a new version but during that time I received a total 3 emails discussion the problem and letting owners know the status. When many companies seem to hide and avoid talking about problems I think WD deserves credit for doing the right thing.


Y-Guy reviewed on 13 Sep 2013
I was very relucent to plunk down $30 for this, I struggled with Spam for 18 months. Fighting with our work host trying their white/black list, but finding far to often that I was not getting emails at all.

I was dealing with 30-60 spam emails a day that I just couldn't stop. I finally broke down and bought it. Now about 4 months later most of those junk mails are gone and the few I still get are taken care of quickly and painlessly by SpamSieve.

Installation and usage was very well documented and I was up and running very quickly with it.

My only regret is that I didn't buy it sooner. Yeah I'm a tightwad over buying software (call it being burned to many times) but this company seems to have a very solid reputation for customer service and not nickle and diming for every upgrade (unlike an unnamed password management app)
[Version 2.9.8]

Y-Guy commented on 29 May 2013
$99 for beta? Interesting but no thanks. I did enough beta testing of products for Microsoft.
[Version 8.4.7]

Y-Guy commented on 20 Apr 2013
Sadly I can't find a demo. The app is priced decent but no demo, no dice. I saw there were issues with it not saving the track number to the file, developer acknowledge the problem and said it would be corrected. So sounds like people are paying to beta test. I'll keep looking.
[Version 2.1.0]

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Y-Guy replied on 07 Jul 2013
Figured I'd update my comment to note that a 3 day demo is now available.

Y-Guy reviewed on 03 Feb 2013
This app just continues to work. While other, non-free apps gather complaint after complaint, AppCleaner continues to do what it says it will do. I've never had it crash on me, it scans and shows me what it's going to delete before I proceed. Not to mention it does this all for free. What's not to like about this app?
[Version 2.1.0]

Y-Guy commented on 25 Oct 2012
How many different names does this developer use or this "software"? I've lost count.

Use of the Apple logo in the icon is a sure fire way to bring the ire of Apple upon you.

It's totally over priced, look at MDRP or RipIt, two proven programs that are priced affordably.
[Version 2.6.0]


Y-Guy reviewed on 17 Oct 2012
I really like this simple app. Combine with the iPhone app as well and I can easily keep track of packages. Input on either my Mac or iPhone is easy and with a junecloud account they share the information between.
[Version 5.9]

Y-Guy commented on 10 Oct 2012
MU lists the price at $5.99 while the developer list price at $4.99 and $5.99 - guessing this is a form of AppStore tax, but it's confusing.
[Version 2.0]

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Y-Guy replied on 10 Oct 2012
Thanks Thomas.
Y-Guy had trouble on 03 Mar 2012
Anyone running this on their Mac know if they resolved the issue where the volume chances as you scroll within Movies/TV Show lists? I had to fall back to the last version due to this.
[Version 11.0.rc2]

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