by Guest on 2022/07/17 02:19:03 PM
I bought my first MacBook. One of the most shocking things I have discovered is just how ridiculously useless the Torrent clients available for MacOS are.
I'm serious. Words cannot describe the utter garbage all these clients for Mac are. I've tried them all. ALL !!!
NONE of them have the option to download sequentially, set priority, check/uncheck individual files etc. Absolutely terrible customisability.
Therefore, objectively: Tixati for MacOS would have NO competition WHATSOEVER. None. Zero.
I would pay a f*cking subscription for Tixati on Mac - 2 dollars/month billed annually.
I can't be the only one who thinks this. Tixati on Mac would be revolutionary for torrenting on Mac.
I know there are emulators and WinVMs, but the CPU usage is too big... :(
So please, please, please, reconsider releasing a MacOS version. You could make serious money with a subscription model or paid version. PLUS you would do a lot of Mac user a BIG favour.
Thank you for the works so far.
I'd like to add that to publish an app on Apple's App Store costs money to pay for the developer account. That's the ecosystem you chose, where the only official way to distribute a free program is to pay money. Are you willing to?
PS: Maybe Tixati should have a price tag for MacOS like the free Greenshot screenshot capture tool does.
by Guest on 2023/10/21 01:14:39 AM
The work would be a lot simpler using GTK3/GTK4 and the POSIX api provided by Mac OS instead of the non unix like object-oriented Coaca API, namely foundation kit, app kit, database kit and so on. Use Xquartz instead of the macOS display postscript compositor in the Aqua graphical user interface.