Yeomans
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Yeomans reviewed on 17 Aug 2006
Sync Pro X has been more stable than any other app I've used-including OS X. It doesn't strike me as the kind of application a ”plug-and-play” sort of person would swoon over. But I wouldn't extend that to novices or recent Mac switchers. Seriously. The setup is that easy to use.

Everything about Sync Pro X is unfalteringly reliable and built to be logical and intuitive. The interface is simple, though-SPX doesn't beat Apple's iApps on rich, beautiful, animation-packed interfaces. It's simple and reliable precisely because it doesn't try to be everything.
[Version 5.0.2]



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Yeomans reviewed on 10 Aug 2006
Fantastic-works flawlessly, and as a universal binary. Naratt's apps are the only ones with thorough (and quick!) icon support. I'm a visual person, so the price is worth it.
[Version 1.1.6]



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Yeomans commented on 07 Aug 2006
How does TextSpresso compare to TextSoap? I'm trying to decide between the two, unless… do the two complement one another? I'm sure that there are *some* overlapping features between them, but, are the two apps built to serve different functions?
[Version 3.0b1]



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