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Justin Jones

14 Feb, 2014 11:27 AM

Will we ever see one, or is this software destined to remain apple only? I'd happily invest in the cloud sync features and this software really seems superb, but I just cannot justify addidng a macbook to my business start up costs!!
Thanks in advance.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Admin on 14 Feb, 2014 06:22 PM

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    Hi Justin,

    As the sole developer I got the luxury of picking what platforms interest me to work on. After many many years of developing for Windows it was a good experience developing for Apple platforms. That may not always be the case but I've not got any great desire to get back to Windows programming I'm sorry.

    I'm glad you like the app though, and maybe when your business makes you your first yacht you'll think about a nice Macbook!

    Mind you, I think you'd like the Mac Mini - they're quite a lot cheaper than the iMacs and MacBooks. I've gone for a high-spec Macbook Pro because I spend most of my waking hours sitting at it but I did consider a Mini and the only thing that I couldn't do easily was travel with it. For me it would be too much buying and selling of displays on eBay whenever I went to work somewhere new.

    I wish you all the best with your new business,

  2. 2 Posted by Justin Jones on 15 Feb, 2014 02:13 PM

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    Thanks for taking the time out to send a response to my query. I think a Mac mini is a cool idea and I do need a laptop upgrade soon there are options. In the mean time I found out some info about installing mountain lion on a virtual machine running under windows so will give that a shot as a weekend project.

    Thanks again,
    Justin Jones

    Sent from my iPad

  3. Admin closed this discussion on 16 Feb, 2014 06:40 AM.

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