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Lvshooter reviewed on 20 Apr 2014
I've been an iWeb user for years, and I liked the app. I could do just about anything I needed to, sometimes with some helper apps. or workarounds but I got it done!
When Apple discontinued it I was not happy because there wasn't really anything out there that did all that iWeb did...

I was lucking enough to start using "EasyWeb" (pre EverWeb) when they were just getting into their first beta. From the start I could see that this was going to be the only app. out there that came close to iWeb. I've been using it for almost a year now and it's fine, it does most things plus some more things that we wished iWeb did!

I'll admit there are a couple (small pain) things that are missing, but I'll get over it! And they'll probably be coming down the road in an update.

As far as the (versions) hosted vs stand alone... I'm one of those guys that doesn't need hosting, I've got my own thank you.
The hosted version is an ok deal if you need hosting you might as well use them... If you don't need it, you're free to do your own thing.
And paying $49 a year for updates is ok with me, you don't have to pay if you don't want to, you'll just use it at the last update you get before your time is up.

If their development and updates keep coming, I don't have a problem supporting them.

As far as there customer service... if you read that rant by "Whitebuck" and saw how Paul responded, that shows they've got a good guy handing it!

[Version 1.3.1]


Lvshooter reviewed on 07 Nov 2010
Seems to work fine…

Working as a TV freelancer I was using PAID for years… But I've been having trouble with it printing lately. So i tried this one and have already sent some invoices out!

Not sure what everybody's complaining about the webserver & root access is about, I just didn't fill any of that in and didn't pay any attention to it and it seems to work fine for me.

So far, for the money I'm happy!

[Version 2.04]

lvshooter tipped on 13 Jan 2009
As I said... Open 2 or more pdf's with the side drawer open and then drag and drop from the drawers.... I'm running 10.5.5, not sure if this makes a difference...
You can watch a apple demo of this here:
[Version 0.1]

lvshooter tipped on 30 Oct 2008
Why not just use OSX's PDF reader "Preview"? You can easily combine PDF's with an app. you already have! Drag and Drop! Rearrange how you like!

It's cool that people have taken the time to write these apps. but they're not really needed!
[Version 0.1]

lvshooter tipped on 30 Oct 2008
Why not just use OSX's PDF reader "Preview"? You can easily combine PDF's with an app. you already have! Drag & Drop Baby! It's a Mac thing!
[Version 3.0]

lvshooter commented on 21 Sep 2008
Doesn't work... I just get a "AppleScript Error" (-2753) and there is no way to contact the developer... Too bad it seems pretty cool... it logs me in but gives me the script error...

os 10.5.4
[Version 2.3]

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