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Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 08 Oct 2011
I've been using this database for over 4 years now. Basically to store my cd keys. It's worked great, I onlyhave about 30 records. I'll probably will be moving most of my records over to 1password though, since that can handle that as well.
[Version 2.1.0]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 11 May 2011
Great app, I've been using it to read all sorts of comics. Works Great. I end up titling my computer vertically, so I can get a better view of the entire page.
[Version 1.4]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 11 May 2011
I've been using Sidenote for year. It's great how it just disapears and when I want it I just press a quick key combo and up it pops. This is one app I tell all of my new mac user friends to get....and it's FREE!!!
[Version 1.7.3]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 11 May 2011
Great program, I've used it since 1.0 and they are constantly adding useful features. The best feature now is that you can sync your encrypted password file with dropsync, so now all my passwords/logins are synce between my laptop, andoid phone, and ipod touch. Fantastic!!!!
[Version 3.5.9]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 05 May 2011
Freemind is free and offers a lot more features then MindNode Pro, but has a bit more of a learning curve to use those features.

MindNodePro has a much simpler user interface, but I dont' think it's worth the (~$25) price for it's limited features. The one cool feature I do like that Freemind doesn't have, is that you can drag and drop pictures/documents and it will show the actual image/contents in your mindmap.
[Version 1.6.3]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 05 May 2011
Freemind is a lot more advanced and also free. Yet a slight bit more of a learning curve then MindPro.

However, MindPro has a simpler user interface, a good and quick way to get into mindmaping. Once your'e ready to move on to more advanced features, I would upgrade to Freemind to get all the bells and whistles, not the paid MindPro program.
[Version 1.6.3]


Joeshmoe200us reviewed on 05 May 2011
I found Freemind to be a great program.
Even better then the new MindNode Pro paid program (~$20-25), it's features are way more advanced then MindNodePro.

With this new 0.9 version they added a feature called attributes, consider it a type of "tags" for nodes, allowing you to assign all sorts of "tags", then you can filter and show only the nodes that have the "tags/attributes" you want. This can be a very powerfull feature if used.

The only big weakness is, that it is not as intuitive or user friendly as other programs, but it's also Free!!!! Look up videos on youtube on how to use it, and keep the keyboard shortcuts handy, this will speed things ups.

There is an active opensource proggrammer base that have created all sorts of extra plugins that allow it to integrate with other programs like GTD, Microsoft Project, etc... It can also export into all sorts of different files including pdf, webpage, jpg, etc...
[Version 0.9.0]


joeshmoe200us reviewed on 12 Aug 2009
I've been using version 1 for over a year now and it is very conveniant and nicely made. The built in search feature was the deal breaker for me when I chose to buy it with the lifetime upgrades. However, I must say that it crashes on me all the time, making it a real annoyance. This would rightfully be a dealbreaker for most people, and is inexcusable for a paid product. This is something I hope has been fixed with version 2.0.

Also, the update feature built into the program has NEVER worked for me, when ever I use it it says I have the most up2date version even when its not. I have to manually go to the website to get the new versions, and if I wasn't a regular macupdate user, I would never know when there was an update for the program.

One feature I do like is the ability to set global bandwidths and then disable them for a certain time of day. For example I can set globabl bandwidths to download: 0 and upload: 0 while I'm at school or the library and using my computer for most of the day. Then I can set it to disable this bandwidth restricton from 1am-8am while I'm sleeping, and it can download/upload at full capacity.

Also, the built in ability to add downloads to iTunes automatically is a real conveniance.

I also, just downloaded the v2.0 and it took my lifetime upgrade key just fine.

The biggest benefit of this program is just its ease of use and its ability to find torrents No searching for torrents and accidentally clicking on marketing links or being bombarded by adult advertisements.
[Version 2.0v72]


joeshmoe200us reviewed on 19 Jan 2009
This program works great, I catalogued over 150 books and items in a day. No crashes or bugs at all. I interacted with a support staff via e-mail prior to purchase and they responded within 24 hrs and were very kind and felt very personal. I'm all about supporting small independent developers and this group has done a great job.
[Version 2.0.6]


joeshmoe200us reviewed on 18 Jan 2008
Simplest and inexpensive Job Time Tracker. I use this to quicklly keep track of and to e-mail out invoices for my web design business. I tried out demos of about 5 other time trackers, and this had a great interface and allowed me to filter in completed jobs by dropping them into a folder I created. The function that allows you to create a PDF, or to e-mail directly is a huge time saver.
[Version 2.3.1]

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