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macpayne reviewed on 16 Apr 2014
Fast, simple but powerful.
Definitely the best pinboard client for MacOSX
[Version 1.0.4]


macpayne reviewed on 20 Feb 2014
Simple and effective time tracking app!
[Version 1.4.0]


macpayne reviewed on 13 Feb 2014
MAMP Pro Killer! I've switched to AMPPS today. It way better than MAMP (even the Pro version).
You can setup virtual host easily, it comes with software stack auto-installer, easy to manage open source installations such as wordpress, joomla, drupal etc, good for working with multiple dev environments, and the important thing, that MAMP doesnt have, (even for their MAMP Pro users) is .. support.
[Version 2.2]


macpayne reviewed on 13 Feb 2014
I was a droplr hardcore user before. I like droplr simplicity (but powerful) and it blended nicely with my workflow. It's really easy and fast to share screenshots or files with droplr.

But when they updated their pricing policy a few months ago, I find myself always trying to find other tools to replace droplr since then.
And I almost ended up by subscribing their premium services, until I got an update notification from app store about monosnap today.

I remember I downloaded monosnap in the past and I'm not really impressed with its performace at that time.

But then I decided to give it a second try. And guess what...
It's amazing! I found a lot of improvements from the last time I remember tested it. It does everthing droplr does even better.

I can take a screenshot quickly and get the link automatically copied to clipboard. I can share file easily from finder. I can decide what cloud service to be used to store the files even I can upload screenshot to my own ftp server. It has a built in video recorder so I'm no longer need to open screenflow to share a screencast quickly with my remote co workers

I didn't see any negative point so far, so it's save for me to say goodbye to droplr now
[Version 2.1.0]


macpayne reviewed on 26 Dec 2013
I used Bartender App but I wasn't a fan of its 'extra floating menu bar' feature. So I used the 'show all the items in menubar' option to show all menu bar items in one menubar row, by clicking the Bartender icon.
It works, but sometimes I felt that option was unstable. Sometimes I need to click the bartender icon several times to hide all application menus and show all menubar icons.

So then I found this app.
It perfectly suits my need. It's running properly on Maverick OS and it somewhat faster and more lighweight than Bartender.

Great app. Thanks developer
[Version 2.4]


macpayne reviewed on 22 Dec 2013
I knew this app since its initial release, and same as @Tiance, I tought it was just a cut/copy/paste gimmick.
But now I have to say that I was wrong. It's unexpectedly genius.
Just try it yourself, you'll know ;)
[Version 1.4.9]


macpayne reviewed on 05 Nov 2013
After tried it for 14 days, I have to say that I agree with @Felix Allard. The update is not necessary if you have Little Snapper before. I even feel it's just a Little Snapper re-packaging, except its rss function (which is quite good) - for this reason the developer should offer an upgrade price for Little Snapper owners IMO
If you haven't used Little Snapper before you might found this app useful.
If the price does matter, I'd suggest you to try Pica.
[Version 1.2]


macpayne reviewed on 19 Oct 2013
I've been looking for a tool like this for a while.
If it supports image hosting services such as droplr, cloud app etc (with url copied to clipboard) then it will be really great!
[Version 1.23]


macpayne reviewed on 05 Jun 2013
Well, it's basically just a wrapper for the with some extra functions. But it's ok, it does work as advertised. I use it alot lately and I love it's miniplayer :)
[Version 1.0]


macpayne reviewed on 03 Jun 2013
Exactly what I'm looking for. It simple, no complicated finance things, perfect for people who mainly just want to track their incomes and expenses just like me.
Btw, the price tag above is incorrect, it actually costs you $24,9
[Version 0.9.2]

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