Liam Fitzgerald
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frequency commented on 15 Feb 2008
I haven't seen one response yet from Yazsoft which addresses the question of their upgrade policy change on the DAY of the 5.0 release.

If their upgrade path was clear at all times from the beginning of the MacHeist promotion why did their site only add the clause:

"MacHeist purchasers are NOT elegible for Free upgrade"

on the very day that the 5.0 upgrade was released.
[Version 5.0]

frequency commented on 12 Feb 2008
Yazsoft have finally shown their true colours as "bait and switch" scam artists by specifically stating on their site that they WILL NOT support MacHeist customers.

They've a made a very bad situation much worse.
[Version 5.0]

frequency commented on 12 Feb 2008
I'm afraid I don't accept the backtracking here by Yazsoft. The full history of the problem is listed on the MacHeist forums including screen shots to prove that Yazsoft altered their website today once their scam had been discovered.

What Yazsoft has done is unethical profiteering.
[Version 5.0]

frequency commented on 12 Feb 2008
Unfortunately the company Yazsoft now seems to have welched on their agreement with MacHeist bundle purchasers and is refusing to honour free upgrades to those people who bought via MacHeist.

Can't really recommend a company that uses such underhand "bait and switch" tactics.
[Version 5.0]

frequency commented on 04 Feb 2008
Another app that looks really promising but it's potential has been severely limited by a short-sighted developer.

Al most all of the preferences are greyed out so this is essentially useless.

Beware! Vaporware!

WebNoteHappy seems like a better option.
[Version 0.3]


frequency reviewed on 06 Sep 2007
I agree with Leo. It does seem a lot to pay for a desktop changer. It is really well done and the desktop images are well designed but why would you pay for this?

A better revenue model would be to offer the app for free and to insert discrete paid advertising on 1 out of 10 desktops or something like that.
[Version 1.0.1]

frequency commented on 20 Aug 2007
Website seems to be down so this app/developer looks to have gone!
[Version 1.3]

frequency commented on 18 Jul 2007
Now what might be even more useful is an application that can extract all of the data that has been entered into Cha-Ching for import into a better application!
[Version 1.0]


frequency reviewed on 10 May 2007
Excellent! To put it simply, if you use a mac, if you visit lot's of websites then this app will make your life easier.
[Version 2.4]

frequency commented on 02 Feb 2007
I've had a quick look at this application and must admit I'm quite impressed. It has a smooth intuitive UI and clear functionality. Screen area is maximised for your data and it's very mac-like.

Window switching can be a bit sluggish at times.

The developers are obviously looking to steal some markket share from Daylite but IMHO there are a couple of hings they need to do to seriously put a dent in Daylite's lead.

1) Some kind of support for projects. May be as simple as allowing tasks to be grouped in project folders.

2) The price. Even if the price is reduced by 20 or 30 bucks the perceived value will be greater. It will be a no-brainer to buy Contactizer if it was $85. Pricing it above $100 puts it in the same space as Daylite which still has far more features.
[Version 3.1]

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