I decided shortly after writing the post “Why it is impossible to get a 5 star review to go ahead and take the gamble and purchase the product. The product had mostly good reviews, except for the silly one detailed in the previous post, and for £2.28 I wouldn’t really feel out of pocket if they did turn out to be rubbish.
On a related note to today’s xkcd comic it is not possible to have multiple reviews, and still have a 5 star rating.
This comment on Amazon says it all:
The product it was for was this set of stylii. At less than £3 for them with free delivery they surely must be worth a gamble!
In version 1.8 of Day One they introduced the ability to add an image into the entry. This is a great feature, as a picture always brings back memories clearer than just words. However I was trying to add a photo from iPhoto last night, and at some point they have removed the “Show File” option, so I had to find it manually in the library package. Very annoying.
…is remembering to do them again.
A couple of weeks ago I started out trying to use Due as a replacement for the Reminders app that comes as standard as part of iOS, and prior to Mountain Lion was shoehorned into iCal in a completely unusable form. I was hoping to also bin The Hit List as the cost of the paid sync service just does not seem worth it, especially if the reports of it being rather buggy are to be believed.
Following a post from a previous user of OmniFocus in The Hit List mailing list, they missed the ability to hit a keyboard shortcut and create a list from a task. Basically (I think) with the purpose of creating a list of related tasks from a high level objective, in a situation where sub-tasks were not enough.