When I work hard and do a great job, I know I like to get a pat on the back (and a cookie if that can be arranged). It's been a week since we released the newest version of StuffIt Deluxe 2011 for Mac, and I know the StuffIt engineers and product manager worked liked mad to make it the best possible product. And that hard work is getting noticed.
Harry McCracken from Technologizer is stoked on StuffIt. "I like Smith Micro’s StuffIt Deluxe 2011, the latest version of one of the most venerable Mac compression utilities. The new version includes a toolbar called StuffIt Destinations that automates the normally two-step process of compressing a file and then doing something useful with it–such as e-mailing it, uploading it to an FTP server, burning it to DVD, or using Smith Micro’s SendStuffNow (a YouSendIt competitor) to let other folks download large files which would choke their e-mail."
Wanna know more about StuffIt Destinations? This nifty little video gives you the low down on how easy it is to get your files where you want them from start to finish.
Great job everyone on a successful product! I'm not sure if positive reviews taste as good as a cookie, but they're definitely a giant pat on the back. Well done!