Awasu is a RSS client that lets you monitor news from thousands of web sites and blogs around the world. Unlike other RSS clients, it has a powerful plugin architecture that allows you to monitor absolutely anything at all, even if it doesn't provide an RSS feed. For example, samples are provided that let you monitor a database, notifying when changes are made.
Reviewing 3.0.1 Alpha 2 (Sep 23, 2013)
I looked at the brief Preview on ff.betanews Homepage & decided to Test this App. When i saw the review by guru_v,... (Google >> BCGCBPRO953u.dll).
Sites that are listed as Hosting BCGCBPRO953u.dll throw up this warning..
- "Access to the web page was blocked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus. The web
page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content".
I would usually pursue this type of App from further afield so as to warn
Members/Browsers at ff.betanews of potential threats. READ the review by @guru_v ... And add this crap to the TOP of your Sh*tList.
5* for being a waste of Space...... 1* cos I can't give Negatives.
Reviewing 3.0.1 Alpha 1 (Jul 22, 2013)
Apparently, this is as large a steaming pile as it was the last time I gave it a chance. After opening the ZIP file, to find no installer, I tried using the LAUNCH and AWASU executables, neither of which worked, with the AWASU executable giving an error that the program could not start because of the lack of BCGCBPRO953u.dll. This file is not to be found in the download, and upon trying to find it, I found several reputable sites warning against using anything that included it.
So, once again, this mess is put up here, without the ability to try it, and also the fact that it should come with a cautionary message if one does decide to obtain the missing DLL.
Perhaps the person[s] putting up these files should try them before unleashing them upon the unsuspecting public. Three years ago, the last time I tried this program, it was something that was CONSTANTLY nagging the user to purchase, from the very first instance, and so annoying with the nags that I removed it after three days.
I am considerably less tolerant than I was three years ago.
To whomever develops this - you need to have something that works, in order to evaluate it. If it needs to be a multi-step process for installation, then include a README file. Otherwise, do not release crap such as this, for it only annoys those who might try to give it an honest try, and then, possibly purchase.
A range of negative stars is needed, because I wasted my time on this [again]. I won't be fooled a third time.
Reviewing 2.4.3 Alpha 2 (Aug 3, 2010)
it seems impossible who they hide the cost and all...
...good work... very much appreciable.... =(
hope in future it will not goon....
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Reviewing 2.4 RC2 (Dec 15, 2008)
There's a "personal" edition which is free.
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