I'm not sure what is happening with NoteFrog. Has anyone heard from them?1.
The blog NoteFrogBlog.com
and its 2014-06-02 post referred to in this thread, above - NoteFrog version 2.7 released
- seems to have been completely rewritten and links have been removed. I had a copy of the original post in Scrapbook, but it now just leads to broken links (404) - e.g., at http://notefrog.com/...s/setup_NoteFrog.exe2.
The post of 2014-10-18 re NoteFrog 2.7.4
(a minor release with changes that I did not need, so I didn't download it) has had the links removed.3.
The post of 2015-03-26 re Pre release version 3
does not give any links bust just says:
...If you’re interested in being a Version 3 “early adopter” (pun intended), please contact email@example.com
So on 2015-03-28 I emailed him there saying "I would like to be an "early adopter" for v3, please." and have so far had no response.
So on2015-04-13 I posted a comment on the blog:
I did email you on 2015-04-28, after reading your post, and tried updating via NoteFrog, but to no avail so far. Is something broken with the website? Several pages seem to be 404.
I look forward to the opportunity to be an "early adopter" of v3 of the excellent NoteFrog.
Furthermore, when I click in my copy of NoteFrog to go to check for an update (I have a paid lifetime licence) it says there is a newer version 2.7.3
(it should presumably now say it is a version 3.something), and it gets a 404 result when it goes to fetch the update.
I hope all is well with Berry.
This looks eerily like the sort of thing that happened with NoteFrog's predecessor ClipGuru - which I had casually trialled and which I thought was rather good. However, their website just disappeared and no explanations. I eventually tracked it down to Berry Taylor at HT Consulting and was happy to become a Beta tester for ClipGuru's replacement, NoteFrog.
I found NoteFrog to be a great piece of software, though it probably needed a few wrinkles ironing out - which I had thought v3 would be addressing.