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jmbill85 reviewed on 25 May 2013
Works great. I've been using this app on and off for a couple of years. Nice to have the ability of editing titles, descriptions and assigning sets BEFORE uploading images. Very stable and reliable. Other apps I've tried seem to be more flash and glamour, rather than functionality. This is the best Flickr uploading app I've been able to find and want to use.
[Version 3.1]


jmbill85 reviewed on 01 Aug 2012
Following on from the disaster that is MoneyWell 2, I tried this app as an alternative. It's got a good GUI, the help messages are excellent that pop-up and the reporting tools are pretty powerful.

However the deal-breaker for me was that the QIF import does not seem to filter out duplicate transactions. That makes importing data pretty tedious. In the real world, banks provide transaction data in monthly blocks, so it seem crazy that you have to manually filter the data yourself each time after an import and delete the duplicates? Would not have expected that in a $79.95 app.

The other flaw I could see if that once your data is in, there does not seem to be any safe method to get it out again. That concerns me because if I needed to switch to using something else or needed to forward the data onto an accountant or auditor, I couldn't. The text export isn't suitable. Really the options need to be there for a QIF and CSV export.

So for now, I'm continuing to use an OpenOffice spreadsheet. Not glamorous, but it's free and does everything I need it to. With some time you can write some pretty powerful functions to filter data and present various reports.
[Version 3.1]


jmbill85 reviewed on 04 May 2010
Interface isn't great (a garish bright blue colour) but the application works brilliantly and is both easier and more reliable to use than many other applications of similar functionality. I used podUp to transfer music off a cracked iPod Classic onto a new iPod Touch and the process was seamless.
[Version 1.1.2]

jmbill85 commented on 05 Oct 2009
Used to work fine, but I've been trying to download some content for the past 24 hours. Although it puts the icon of the downloaded file on my desktop, the download wont start. I get a Growl notification saying "The requested programme could not be downloaded". After a couple of attempts, the application freezes and has to be force-quitted.

This has happened before. Hopefully the developer can get it fixed again. I believe it is something the BBC keep changing and iPlayer Downloader is then unable to find or download the requested files.
[Version 3.3]


jmbill85 reviewed on 28 Jan 2009
A fantastic plugin. Does exactly what it is designed to do. It's only got a few settings so it is really easy to setup and get working and integrates beautifully with almost any RapidWeaver theme. Excellent value for money especially when purchased as part of the complete bundle of Loghound plugins.
[Version 1.29u]

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