Reviews from the Category Business
There's no better way to treat a wayward call than to reject and reply with a standardesque message about ~how you're in an important meeting or something. Smart Answering Machine is designed to follow that exact scenario, because answering phone calls is not in its feature list.
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I have a slight suspicion that the name given to this app does not originate solely from the need to correctly convey what Touch Me actually does, but also from the unscrupulous desire of attracting more than its fair share of interested users. That was a mouthful, wasn't it? ;)
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Debt Collector Repellent
The stress of looking at an unknown incoming call can only be amplified by the number of unpaid utility bills plus the number of missed rent payments, divided by your bank savings and rounded up . If you also have unpaid debt, then your Stress is considered to be at maximum . Roll three dice and... Read full review
If you ever wanted a PDF reader and really despised Adobe (PDF Reader) for some reason, then you have probably searched around the web for an alternative. In this case you probably have already stumbled across Free PDF Rreader. Still, in case you haven't, here's a look.
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When apps get too curious
Digital budget managers tend to add in all sorts of little features in order to please potential long term users. This is usually evident in the most common function, "add expense". Besides amount, date and category, we get a lot of extra details that I personally don't bother to fill in. I... Read full review
Keep your spending in check
I sometimes wonder how much I get to spend on different things. It's not that I carelessly throw money out the window (except for the occasional Kickstarter project). Still, having a libertine budget policy makes saving money difficult and keeping tabs on your spending habits nearly impossible.... Read full review
MS Office too expensive?
Imagine you have just set up your first Windows PC. Do you need the MS Office suite? Nah, you can do without it. Besides you're not going to start paying a subscription just to be able to write documents. Since when has that become subscription based anyway? Also $400 for an Office package seems... Read full review
Not quite there
Finding a program that converts a PDF file into a fully editable office format file is like finding the Rosetta Stone. Unlike Champollion however, you can get this feature in Adobe Acrobat, for a price. Still, I think that this kind of conversion should be as accessible as drinking water... Read full review
McAfee doesn't wait around
As soon as you install this app it immediately begins scanning your device for hazards. You must agree that this behavior saves you a tap or two. How convenient. Still, can it convince you that it has all it needs to take care of your device just like you would take care of your own baby? Let's... Read full review
Concept maps are a good way to put thought to paper... to ones and zeroes in this case. If you ever started thinking up something more complex than say... "me hungry." you would see that breaking up your idea into linked concept bubbles can help you expand on it easier and also make it more... Read full review