01-22-2010, 09:40 PM
I'm Chas, you will see me around in the other forums chatting about all manner of things, but the forum mods here have kindly allowed me a thread to update you all on news regarding a forthcoming product for the Mac I am excited about
: ACDSee Pro for Mac.
ACDSee is one of the very few programs on the Windows side that has a really Mac-like following of intensely loyal users, so a true Mac-native version -- not a port -- is long overdue.
Those of you who are looking for a photo-management alternative to the existing products (all very fine, let's make that clear!) may wish to check out the free beta, which you can find here:
ACDSee Photo Software
It's early days yet, and not feature complete. For more info on how to use what is there, and a look at what's coming, I invite you to check out the video's on ACDSee's YouTube channel
What we really want at this stage is feedback from Mac users on what you'd like to see in it. Obviously we have a model to go by (ACDSee Pro 3 for Windows), but this is a Mac version, so it should be Mac-centric ... and cater to Mac users, whether they're familiar with the Windows version or not.
You can add your thoughts and feedback to our community forums:
Lastly, although I work with ACDSee and want to keep people informed about this product as it goes through its beta stages, I love and use a huge variety of Mac programs and thus I'm here not solely to promote ACDSee but to offer help when I can (on any topic), learn stuff from everyone else, and generally be a good contributing member.
See you around!
Evangelist, ACDSee Pro for Mac
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