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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Jackie.Cane, Oct 26, 2006.
So far for me just:
Synergy (can't live without it)
Flip4Mac (before it became free)
Feels like there are more but I guess not.
Audio Hijack Pro
Wow, that list stopped a bit earlier than I'd guessed... I use a lot of freeware, though...
I might have to shell out for Parallels (if that counts as shareware) when the current trials expires early next month as it doesn't seem like any (viable) alternatives will appear...
Does Quicktime Pro count? 'Cause I had one of those licenses for 6, but it doesn't work anymore, and I'm too lazy to call Apple and ask why.
Flip4Mac (before it became freeware)
MacTheRipper (donated for development)
This is a little OT but...
I'm moving to your ridiculously beautiful city later this year. Can't wait!
My list would be too long to list all of them but my currently installed shareware list is:
Art Directors Toolkit
Audio Hijack Pro
Fast DVD Copy
Kitty Spangles Solitaire
I've got plenty of other shareware registered that I'm not currently using. I came to OS X from Linux and hadn't really ever been part of the shareware movement before but I have to say the quality of some of these apps is amazing, more than worth the cost.
Cool... as long as you're water proof you should be fine...
Any particular reason for moving here...?
My boyfriend is from Bergen.
I don't think Salling Clicker even counts, it's basically "trialware" not shareware. I've bought it but I consider it a full commercial product.
That said, the only true shareware I paid for is Acquisition (for some reason Limewire was giving me problems).
Most recently, ShapeShifter, don't ask me why...
First shareware purchase ever: Audio Hijack Pro back in version 1. something.
My favorite freeware - Radiolover!
Compost (Apple should have included this as part of OSX);
Omnigraffle (rarely use it because Intaglio works better for me).
iClip (still have to get used to using it efficiently. But this is because of my stubborness, not because of the software, which is nice).
Thinking about getting DevonThink Pro, because the demo looks nice, but that might have to wait a while.
I don't know the exact definition af shareware but here goes:
And I wanna buy Pzizz - that's just a brilliant app!!
Off the top of my head:
Audio Hijack Pro
Solitaire Till Dawn
Paying for Shareware never fails to make me feel good
Snapz Pro X
I'd never bought _any_ shareware before switching to a mac. There was never anything on windows that felt worth the money, somehow shareware on a mac at least feels like it's of better quality.
skEdit - nice little html/js/php editor
wiretap pro - record 'what you hear', used for taping off radio
awaken - useful alarm clock application
and i'll be getting subethaedit in a day or two when it's demo expires, methinks.
Apps I would happily pay money for if they were shareware, and should probably donate a few bucks to sometime soon -
Appzapper & Cha-Ching.
I was about to pay for Coverflow yesterday but decided I could just make a folder with alias' in my dock.
Omnigroup stuff doesn't count does it?
If not, then:-
Cocktail (although I no longer use it)
Otherwise add OmniGraffle Pro to the list.
Apple makes you re-buy quicktime pro every version.
For me I bought FFMPEGX
I have donated to:
Taco Html Edit
as they have both been extremely useful.
If Omni-Group stuff counts:
It would appear so, but only if you selected the option below.
iNotePad (since OS8)
Does nobody use GraphicConverter, or does nobody pay for it?
risc already listed GraphicConverter, and it's the only shareware app that I've got (and paid for).
I have, however, donated to Azureus and CyberDuck.