Emanuele Fiorillo
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Zunga commented on 17 Oct 2013
This little piece of software just helped me "unbrick" my WGR614v9 Netgear router after a bad firmware upgrade. I know OS X Terminal has a TFTP client built into it, but TFTP Client is much more easy to use. Many thanks to the developer! I'm going to register it on the App Store.
[Version 1.2.2]


Zunga reviewed on 30 Aug 2011
This is a great, little piece of software, that goes even beyond commercial apps in some respects. It saved my holiday's photos on two separate occasions, and I strongly recommend to support its future development (I've just donate using PayPal). Keep up the good work!
[Version 6.12]

Zunga tipped on 17 Jan 2010
Just to let all other users know that Data Rescue 3 works also on NTFS-formatted disks. There's a common issue between the PC users who are switching to Mac: all of their documents and files disappear form the NTFS external disks they are trying to use under OS X: the space is occupied, but the files count becomes zero. Well: a Deep Scan performed in Data Rescue 3 solves the problem, even if the user hasn't write permission on the NTFS disk. I've just recovered 166 GB of data form a Maxtor USB2 HD, which a friend of mine was using as a single archive for ALL of his documents, music and images (I've, or better Prosoft, have literally saved his digital life). Bottom line: great program (but I haven't tested the competitors, honestly). Bottom-bottom line: never move NTFS disks between Pcs and Macs (better: never us NTFS disks under Mac), and ALWAYS keep a complete backup of your data if you want to save 99 bucks and a heart attack.
[Version 3.0.1]


Zunga reviewed on 20 Nov 2009
This new version rocks. I've tried the app in its early stages, but I was really disappointed. Since then the voice's quality has improved, as have the semplicity of use and the options. Plus, the price has dropped down. I've contacted the developer in order to ask for a cross-grade from eyeBeam (that's the commercial version of X-Lite, we have 7 licenses running) and he offered me a 25% discount, besides the normal "quantity" discount you can obtain on the site if you buy more than one copy of iSoftphone. I've also tried SJphone and Express Talk, and - as far as I can say - this is the one and only app developed with the Mac user in mind.
[Version 2.6070]


zunga reviewed on 08 Feb 2006
I think this application is one of the bests in its category. In the past I've tried to manage my fonts with FontBook, Suitcase, FontExplorer X... and I think FontAgent Pro is the best choice for the common user: it "simply" does what it promises, withouth a hitch. And that's great. Also, works very well in Classic (I'm still usign QuarkXPress 4.11), and is completely localized in Italian.
[Version 3.1]

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