NeoFinder features in macnn

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A very nice NeoFinder review of the good people of macnn:

"Since NeoFinder v6.6 is available for download as a trial, we recommend giving it a try for yourself if you're on the hunt for something to help organize a notable breadth of digital information. Since it is indeed a comprehensive tool for managing a catalog (of which we can't thoroughly cover in a brief review), we feel that those who will benefit most from NeoFinder are companies, ranging in size, that require detailed aggregation of files they hold onto."

Read more: http://www.macnn.com/articles/14/11/10/digital.asset.catalog.tool.allows.for.in.depth.organization

NeoFinder features in TUAW

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"In a nutshell, NeoFinder is like a supercharged Finder"

"The Unofficial Apple Weblog" writes this about NeoFinder in their blog:

http://www.tuaw.com/2013/02/01/neofinder-powerfully-catalogs-and-indexes-your-photos-music-and/

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Even with powerful built-in Mac OS X features like Spotlight and QuickLook, it can be so frustrating when you can't find exactly what you're looking for because you can't remember exactly where you put it.
If you work with large quantities of photos, audio files, video or documents, but have found yourself struggling to find that file -- it could be in any number of offline hard drives, discs or backups -- then NeoFinder if probably what you need."


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Podcast MacBreak Weekly talks about CDFinder

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They just keep coming! Yet another very positive review of CDFinder. This time, it is a podcast of MacBreak Weekly.

Alex Lindsay days: (at about minute 49 in the podcast, more info)

"We have 120 drives or something here... for backups and stuff. We run it through DiskTracker, which is kind of stone-age technology, to keep track of it.... CDFinder just builds a database of every file name that is on that drive, and if you are doing lots and lots of backups, you just scan these drives, and now you can just very quickly find what file is on what drive. We are just starting to use CDFinder, and as soon as I did the first scan, of my internal drive, I was like get rid of DiskTracker. CDFinder is light-years ahead of DiskTracker..."


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bioneural.net reviews CDFinder

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And yet another cool review of CDFinder came in. This time, it is from the popular bioneural.net blog.

They write:

"CDFinder is essentially an asset manager that catalogues any file on any volume (CD-ROM, DVD, USB drive, etc). But media metadata are its speciality, and this indexing powerhouse has recently been extended to handle geotags and provide related functionality.

"Free updates since 1996" is nothing short of impressive. I reviewed the change log and that's 54 updates since the first English version was released. Not many companies can boast of such dedication to their existing customer base. The application menu even has a "Send e-mail to author..." option, again indicating a hands-on commitment to customer support (which is free). That kind of approach wins you loyalty."



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Mac Recon also reviews CDFinder

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The popular blog Mac Recon has written a really amazing review of CDFinder 5.1.

They write:

"CDFinder has a very clean, yet attractive, interface that works out perfectly and actually boosts its productivity. Some may even look at it as a streamlined Finder window because of how easy it is to gain access to any file within it.
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But all the cataloguing would be useless if it didn’t have equally
powerful organizing and searching features. Fortunately, it does.
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CDFinder is extremely powerful. It’s capable of handling millions of files (hard to test in a computer lab environment, though), and everything seems perfect."

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Ogle Earth reviews CDFinder

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The popular blog Ogle Earth has written a very positive review of the new GPS features in CDFinder.

They write:

"So what happens when the developer, Germany’s Norbert Doerner, gets bitten by the geotagging bug? Why, he turns CDFinder into a geosearch marvel.
You just know this stuff is eventually going to make it into operating systems by default, it’s just that it will take ages."


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digitalkamera.de reviews CDFinder and CDWinder

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The popular German digital camera web site digitalkamera.de has written a very long and detailed review of CDFinder and CDWinder.

They write:

"CDWinder is a disk cataloging application with a very comfortable and intuitive handling. It has a very fast search feature and many well-thought-of features."

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Germany's Macwelt magazine says CDFinder is "very good"!

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In its recent issue December 2007, Germany's largest Macintosh magazine, Macwelt, has tested CDFinder 5 and found it to be very good!

The testers especially liked the low price and the very good user interface:
"CDFinder is the magnifying glass for files. It simply works without any trouble, and after a short while you won't ever want to do without it." (Macwelt issue December 2007, page 46)

The CDFinder team is very proud about this prominent praise!

CDFinder reviewed in commandN.tv!

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In the current episode 51 of the wildly popular video podcast commandN.tv, producer Jeff MacArthur showcases the cool features of CDFinder. Just download this episode for free and look for yourself!

CDFinder reviewed by M.A.C.S.

The Macintosh Asheville Computer Society has written a really nice and detailled review about CDFinder:

Pros: Fairly intuitive and flexible, Mac-like interface; Individual items or entire catalogs can be deleted (without removing the original files from the disk ("DiskTracker", see below, actually deletes the "real" files!); Catalogs can be grouped into one or more folders; Powerful Export function; "Batch Create" for cataloging several CDs, one after the other; When printing, Disclosure Triangles are printed to the left of each folder, which makes them much easier to find in long listings; You can choose whether to catalog "Packages" or not. ("DiskTracker", see below, doesn't allow this.); Convenient separate program included to quick-catalog a disk.

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