Kevin Wojniak
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kainjow reviewed on 13 Jun 2006
Easy to use, has an nice interface, got album art for all that I wanted. I only wish it had a way to show only albums that don't already have album art. And you can't beat a macZOT price of $3.95!
[Version 1.0]


kainjow reviewed on 13 Jun 2006
I'm looking for an app to get artwork for songs that don't have artwork, so I tried CoverScout which has the option "Albums with missing covers." Nothing shows up, even though I have several albums with no album art. Plus at $20, it's a little steep.
[Version 2.0]

kainjow (developer) commented on 12 Jun 2006
DVD2Pod is being discontinued. I would suggest using Instant Handbrake, which is virtually the same thing, which supports more features (and appears to be more actively developed).
[Version 0.2]

kainjow commented on 25 Apr 2006
Cool, how about making it so the window is not visible, just the flash player?
[Version 1.0.1]


kainjow reviewed on 18 Apr 2006
Works perfectly. Just wish it had Excel exporting :)
[Version 1.0b4]


kainjow reviewed on 21 Mar 2006
I've tried a lot of alarm clock apps, and they just don't work the way I want them to. Awaken isn't perfect, but it's the closest I've found. I've been using it for a while to wake me up in the mornings, and so far it hasn't failed me yet. Although this morning it crashed some time after I hit snooze, but that's why I use my real alarm clock as a backup :) One feature I'd like to see is the ability to turn off the alarm by pressing a key on the keyboard. My computer's monitor is always off when I wake up, and it takes a few seconds to come up, while my music is blasting away. But besides that, the app does what I need. Keep up the good work.
[Version 2.5]


kainjow reviewed on 21 Mar 2006
I wanted my PC keyboard to function like a Mac keyboard on my Mac mini Core Solo. DoubleCommand does the job, although it took me longer than it should have to figure out how to use it.
[Version 1.6b3]


kainjow reviewed on 04 Feb 2006
Nice and simple. I would like the ability to remove projects and tasks and some type of exporting (the plist is not XML so you can't even edit yourself).
[Version 1.0]

kainjow (developer) commented on 02 Jan 2006
I uploaded the wrong version last night. I highly recommend everyone re-downloads the app if you already have!
[Version 0.2]

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