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    Beemer's Avatar
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    AppZapper for free!
    AppZapper 1.3 was released today. The uninstaller Apple forgot has teamed up with MacZOT.com to run a special promotion for the release of their latest version featuring the new QuickZap™

    AppZapper 1.3 is FREE! (or will be if we get at least 259 bloggers to mention it)

    For each blog that posts a link to MacZOT.com, they’ll drop the price for everybody by $0.05

    Our goal is to give away 1,000 copies of AppZapper to Mac users around the world. So, every Blog entry will be worth about $50.00 to the community.

    Once they reach at least 259, AppZapper will be priced at $0.00 (FREE) to everybody who registers at MacZOT.com or sends a simple email to BlogZOT@maczot.com after the time it becomes FREE.

    Its down to .65 cents now. So help out, its almost free! Today only too!

    http://www.maczot.com/

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    Awesome post, I was considering getting this as it seemed like it could be useful -- Glad I waited, got it for free!

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    As did I. A great idea to get the app noticed!

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    is this still free? its showing $18 on the site?

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    Nope it is not. just for that one promotional day only. You gotta pay now.

    Or..you could download it and find the key on here and use it.

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    I have an uninstaller.... its called the Trash can.
    *shrug*
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    I have an uninstaller.... its called the Trash can.
    *shrug*
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    LOL! yeah i really dont see the point in a mac uninstaller
    MacMania55

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    Well I guess when you just put the app in the trash you sometiems leave behind some files in the library and elsewhere, this shows you all the files associated witht eh application and deletes them all. I find it nice.

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