Member since: Aug 7th, 2008
May 20th 2011 10:12PM I think Fantastical is way overpriced. That being said, it has a calendar view - something that most other menubar calendar apps lack. How the heck can you make a calendar app that doesn't actually show you a monthly friggin calendar????
May 19th 2011 10:26AM You can get "plain language" event entries with an app called: Remind Me Later. It's free. It doesn't have all these features in Fantastical and Today, it only does plain language entries, but it does them very well.
May 5th 2011 12:03PM Screw the iOS updates, how about focusing on bringing calendar, contact and note syncing over the air. You know, something users would rather not plug-in for several times per day.
Apr 26th 2011 8:55AM Unfortunately, there simply aren't any true alternatives that offer all that the official app does.
Apr 21st 2011 10:53PM Switching from iWeb to Dreamweaver is going to be painful for you. You might want to try Rapidweaver - it's similar to iWeb, but a LOT more flexible.
Apr 21st 2011 4:07PM I was going to say the same thing... EVERYBODY called it!
Apr 21st 2011 10:11AM I find it easier to just use a Shortcut Key app to assign F keys to do whatever I want. Both Apptivate ($) and Spark (Free) override system shortcuts, so there's no need for something like this app.
Apr 7th 2011 2:14PM There are free apps that do this, as well as a few paid apps like HyperDock, etc... Just saying.
Apr 4th 2011 9:25AM Wireless calendar and contact syncing, along with better notification system. That's all I ask for.
Mar 31st 2011 9:27AM It's Digg/Reddit/Yahoo. How genius.
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