Mathew Murphy
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Meta rated on 13 Feb 2012
[Version 1.2.2f1]


Meta reviewed on 02 Feb 2011
Not a Mac application, but was linked here from
[Version 2.7]


Meta reviewed on 15 Nov 2009
I feel like I need to post a review in the interest of balance.

I used The Missing Sync 1.x for over a year for syncing my BlackBerry. I never had any of the horrible problems encountered by other people.

My wife also used a copy, the only problem she encountered was that it failed to handle some accented characters--and that seems to be because the BlackBerry OS doesn't support all European language character sets.

I've now switched to BlackBerry's free client, and I haven't tried Missing Sync 2.0, but suffice it to say there *are* satisfied users of The Missing Sync.
[Version 2.0.2]


meta reviewed on 15 Apr 2009
Does everything I ever needed from StuffIt Deluxe, in a third of bloat of StuffIt Expander alone. Makes 7z files, and unpacks pretty much any legacy proprietary format.

Also has the right UI: let me open a window and move files in and out, and only ask me what format and do the compression when I actually save.
[Version 1.8]


meta reviewed on 08 Mar 2009
I got the big red "FAILED" message, even though it worked fine.
[Version 1.01]

meta commented on 29 Mar 2008
I love Interarchy 8, but version 9's added features just don't seem to justify the upgrade price for me--particularly not given that the upgrade price for Interarchy is the same as the price to buy a full license of a comparable product like Panic's Transmit.
[Version 9.0]

meta commented on 21 Oct 2006
It'd be nice if you actually said what LMU and SMS are.

I know of SMS as cell phone text messages, but clearly that's not the case here.
[Version 1.0]

burypromote (developer) commented on 21 May 2006
I'm afraid I don't have any Intel Macs. The source code is available, if someone wants to build an Intel binary.
[Version 1.4.2]


meta reviewed on 11 Feb 2004
Disk Utility does AES encrypted volumes, and is free with OS X, so all this really gives you is Blowfish. The other encryption algorithms it provides are insecure enough that you may as well not bother.
[Version 1.5]

burypromote (developer) commented on 02 Jan 2004
OK, there's a bad bug in 1.4. Wait for 1.4.1, which I'll release as soon as possible.
[Version 1.4]

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