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wintersmith commented on 21 Apr 2009
The product itself works well. It fills a puzzling feature gap in iCal, and gets the job done.


The price is nuts. More politely put, it's both deceptive and out of touch. First, it's not actually $25-it's $50, and that's if you're content to sync calendars on a measly TWO machines. I think 3 or 4 machines combined at home and work is pretty average for users most likely to be interested in this utility, but that takes the price up to $75-$100. And no, there's no discount until the 5-licenses mark. 10% off if you spend $125 to $225 for a shareware utility. Gee, thanks dad!

When you consider that $90 will get you Adobe Photoshop Elements and $80 will buy a new 4GB iPod Shuffle, it's difficult to understand why BusyMac would insist on a price like this.
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