Hmurchison
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Hmurchison rated on 30 Dec 2012
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Hmurchison rated on 30 Dec 2012
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Hmurchison rated on 30 Dec 2012
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Hmurchison commented on 06 Dec 2012
No Airplay? Come on Rdio.
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Hmurchison commented on 06 Dec 2012
Thanks for adding iCloud sync. I typically only like using Dropbox sync when its a document that would ideally reside in a folder. Soulver is more of a unique take on a calculator and most people don't necessarily think of a calculator creating and managing documents. Awaiting the refreshed iPhone and iPad apps.
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Hmurchison reviewed on 15 May 2012
I use Due on my iPhone all the time. It's focus isn't replacing your task app or even match up with current To Do apps.

What it excels at is setting timers and quickly letting you see where you are in the process.

I have a varied work schedule and Due really helps keep me focused on upcoming tasks.

I plan to use it in conjunction with more full fledged task app like Omnifocus or The Hit List.

The Mac version adds natural language input. A very welcome feature. Dropbox or iCloud sync has been solid as well.
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Hmurchison reviewed on 26 Feb 2010
As an Amazon Prime member I get a LOT of shipments via UPS (I'm practically on first name terms with my UPS guy) so having Delivery Status as a widget (with growl) and the iPhone app is a blessing. Now I have one app on the desktop and phone that keeps track of all carriers and some virtual storefronts (Amazon, Apple etc) directly. It just works without me even having to think much about it. That's the type of app I love.
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Hmurchison reviewed on 05 Jan 2010
Wow ...

The Lazarus of apps just came back to life. Hey I've gotta give credit where it's due here. AppZapper is the program I'd recommend to the neophyte Mac user. I run both AppZapper and CleanApp and I think the former is more easy to "get" just by looking at the user interface. AppZapper though has the magic bullet by deliver that aural delight when zapping files.

I would like to see use of Quick Look though so that I can view documents before deletion.
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Hmurchison commented on 13 Dec 2009
Hell I'd probably shell out the money because I'm OCD about my iTunes collection but both CoverScout and SongGenie produce a lot of "False Negatives' meaning when I analyze my collection of music both apps say I'm missing information (album/artist data and artwork) when in fact a quick check in iTunes shows that data to be present.

No sense in being redundant here. Maybe I'll contact Equinux and get their answer.
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Hmurchison reviewed on 09 Dec 2009
You can make some really cool sounds with this plugin. I had never heard of FabFilter before buying them in a bundle but stability has been excellent and sound quality very good. There's a lot of room to tweak.
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Hmurchison had trouble on 12 Dec 2009
I don't know what's causing it but for the second time in a row MUD borked the update to SOHO Organizer.

SOHO Notes updates fine but SOHO Organizer fails to install. This happened for the recent 8.09 to 8.10 and now 8.11 updates.

Is anyone else noticing this problem?
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hmurchison had trouble on 30 Jul 2009
Will lil snitch block the ads?
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