I have been using Marketcircle’s Macintosh CRM program Daylite 4.2 ($280) for the past few months and I have to admit, it’s definitely a major improvement over the last version I tested, at least on a top-of-the-line MacBook Retina Pro with SSD drive. Very impressed with its new feature set and functionality, promise a full review soon.
Meanwhile, I would like to tip you off on a program that has become a critical part of my Macintosh software toolbox and that’s Literature and Latte’s Scrivener ($45) — a writing program that simply amazes me with its well-thought out features, designed to help you organize and structure content. Highly recommended.
Finally, in response to Adobe’s poorly received adoption of a Creative Cloud pricing model, I downloaded both Flying Meat’s Acorn and Pixelmator and I’m most impressed with Pixelmator, especially at its remarkable $15 price point. Take that Adobe!