By Petr Homola
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A simple database that lets you store rich text records.
What's New in Version 1.3
compatibility with OS X 10.7 (Lion)
Just Too Basic
I was looking for a way to organize potential client research, and this seemed like a simple solution. I used to use Access for these sorts of things, but that is no longer an option after switching to Mac.
Unfortunately, this was just too primitive to be very useful. I was cutting and pasting records, had some frustration with the interface and scrolling through files, and the cherry on top that caused me to delete it was that the search feature didn't work at all. It essentially required me to memorize all of my data (or spend an hour reading every single entry until I found what I needed), which really renders the concept of a database pretty useless.
I would say I wish I could get my money back, but it was on;y $1.99, so I think I just got what I paid for. Too bad these apps don't let you try things before you buy them, or I wouldn't have even spent the time I did on it.
Althogh not many features, it's a great App: Simple and Useful.
Although it's not a powerful database App with lots of features, it's really what a good App shold be: user friendly. It's simple, logical and useful, and it's design is great for organizing different simple collections of information that one needs to handle frequently or on a daily basis. It's worth it's price and more…and I look forward for any upgrades
stupid password protection.
As far as I can tell, this app makes you use a password every time you use it. How many computer apps do that? Not many that I know of, because it is stupid security overload. I've forgotten my password twice now, and there is no way to retreive it, so I've lost what I put in the app because I can't get to it. I can't beleive I actually paid something for this. It's a useless piece of junk that actually loses your information.