Why not for mac - Post ID 238290

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Lots of great programs on this site. however very frustrated that most if them are for windows. the Seo program should easily be developed for Mac. I am constantly being bombarded with coffe cup offers which I think great until you look and it is always a program for windows. Time to cater for everyone. The mac suite is good and I have it but would like a mac version of some of the other software
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I wouldn't be surprised if they're working on it right now... ;)
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Well I am guessing OBVIOUSLY NOT given we are a further 8 months down the line.......
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I'm 'almost' sure they'll get to the website insight program eventually. There are several MAC versions of the other programs already. It's just that CC is currently using it's programming resources on making 'responsive' versions of their software. This takes a complete re-write of each program. Right now I think that's the priority. Most of the CC folks I've chatted with say they use MACs, so I'm sure it's 'on the list'. :cool:
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Anthony Walker wrote:
Lots of great programs on this site. however very frustrated that most if them are for windows. the Seo program should easily be developed for Mac. I am constantly being bombarded with coffe cup offers which I think great until you look and it is always a program for windows. Time to cater for everyone. The mac suite is good and I have it but would like a mac version of some of the other software

I personally use windows because a majority of the software that I use is Windows software. Macs are great computers. There's no mistaking it. I considered switching and when talking to several of my Mac friends, they all touted the Mac's ability to run a Windows emulater and run the Windows software.

Can you not run Windows software on your Mac? (I'm not being sarcastic. This is a genuine question since I don't know the answer.)
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Anthony Walker wrote:
Well I am guessing OBVIOUSLY NOT given we are a further 8 months down the line.......


At this time we are not working on a Mac version of Website Insight. We are working on responsive software that will help bring your website into the new age of web design.

At this time, Website Insight is supported under Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and Vista 32-bit. However, you can run our software on a Mac using Parallels, or VMware to run XP or Vista. You can find more information at:

Parallels (Recommended) :P
Bootcamp
VMWare

http://www.coffeecup.com/files/predefined/parallels.png

You can also check out our current Mac software here.

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