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- Audiobook Builder tells me it’s unable to eject a CD because something’s still using it. Wha?
- Apple to allow developers to respond to App Store reviews – and more!
- Audiobook Builder doesn’t like Dropbox
- I purchased from the Mac App Store, but this app keeps asking for a serial number!
- Happy new year to you and CheckBook!
- Strange icons with macOS Sierra 10.12.2
Category Archives: Opinion
The Loop reports Apple will not only allow developers to respond to reviews, they’re also rolling out an API that brings in-app rating and review to every user’s fingertips while preventing developer abuse. It’s not quite what we asked for over … Continue reading
MacUpdate, a very helpful resource that’s led users to discover our applications and kept them up-to-date for the last 13 years, has a plan to make the entire update process easier for users. When you download from MacUpdate now, you may receive a MacUpdate Installer … Continue reading
About how swift Apple’s new programming language isn’t. Update: Hi there! I’m humbled to tell you that, as a few readers have pointed out, the original Swift and Objective-C results in this post were taken from unoptimized builds. We rebuilt the … Continue reading
“Discover the secret to getting through to absolutely anyone” Okay, I’m listening…who wouldn’t want to gain the skill of getting through to absolutely anyone? In his book, Just Listen, Mark Goulston, psychiatrist, consultant, and business coach, walks the reader through … Continue reading
It’s Tax Day Eve in these here United States of America, when we’re painfully reminded there’s a tab running for smooth roads, clean water and cheap fuel – not to mention some primo political reality TV. For some, Tax Day … Continue reading
[Excellent news: The Loop reports Apple will not only allow developers to respond to reviews, they’re also rolling out an API that brings in-app rating and review to every user’s fingertips while preventing developer abuse. It’s not quite what we asked … Continue reading