Tech Chick
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techchick99 commented on 08 Jun 2009
Sorry, but I prefer Safari and mainly use this browser.
[Version 3.5b4]



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techchick99 commented on 08 Jun 2009
The running MU Promo brought me back to Posterino. I bought it a long time ago and didn't use it for a long time. The possibility to create a huge photo collage is great with this app. I made tons of photos in the last couple of months and created a great poster for our bedroom yesterday.

Posterino was easy to handle and the collage was created just like this.
Thanks!
[Version 1.5.1]



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techchick99 reviewed on 26 May 2009
I was looking for a small app to help me crop and resize pictures and one of my colleagues recommended ImageWell. And yes, it is simple, easy and quickly done.
The only thing that I really don't understand: Why do you guys hide the save button? I always have to search for it. GUI could be optimized in terms of usabilty.
[Version 3.7.3]



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techchick99 commented on 19 May 2009
2 years ago, Adium was pretty buggy and did not work properly for me. But the latest update seems to be pretty stable.

I really enjoy chatting via Adium, because I have got all my buddies in one list.
[Version 1.3.4]



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techchick99 reviewed on 19 May 2009
The latest version of The Tube works really well on my MacBook. I am really satisfied with the ease-of-use of this product as well as the many great features, that The Tube offers.

I really like the TubeToGo feature, where you can schedule and record your favorite shows from your iPhone.

They even offer a free-of-charge iPhone App, with which you can stream live TV on your iPhone. Never miss a second of your favorite show again, just take TV with you on the balcony.
[Version 2.9.3]



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techchick99 reviewed on 14 Apr 2009
I am a long time user of CoverScout and am very happy with this piece of software. My iTunes library does not have one single black image. Even better, the album artwork is stored directly into the music file, and therefore gives much more flexibilty to the handling process.

What I think is extremely neat: the latest integration with equinux' SongGenie. SongGenie finds missing track information and corrects typos.

CoverScout and SongGenie together - never again without both of them.
[Version 3.1]



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techchick99 reviewed on 14 Apr 2009
I am very happy to own SongGenie.
I own a pretty large iTunes library, a lot of mainstream music but also tons of rare titles. Especially these songs often only appeared as "Track 1", "Track 2", etc. It was so easy to include all the missing track information. Actually, SongGenie 1.1 allowed me to automatically apply all identified track information in one go, which saved me a lot of time.
Listening to my iPod is much more fun, now, that I can actually see all song informaiton.
[Version 1.1]



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techchick99 commented on 08 Apr 2009
Since I am a big widget user I have to say: THANK YOU FOR RELEASING THIS ARTWORK WIDGET. I love it!
[Version 1.4]



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techchick99 commented on 06 Apr 2009
I cannot understand the anger of you guys. I bought the Stationery Pack a while ago and must say that I use the templates EVERY SINGLE DAY. I write tons of emails and always give my mails a special touch with an equinux mail template.
I love their design and I think, that they a worth every penny. I also would buy Stationery Pack 3.
[Version 2.2]



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techchick99 commented on 06 Apr 2009
I am a big fan of equinux' mail templates. I use the every single day and I love them (as well as my mail recepients).
[Version 1.0]



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