I gave Clickster an excellent rating in all areas because it does what it's meant to without any fuss - thankyou Remlap.
The interface is actually a bit daggy but it's simple and light and that's all that really counts. Features are minimal and that's the way I prefer things - leave off the bells and whistles and leave my computer running faster.
A few times it didn't seem to connect and find anything but I'd wait and try again later and all would be good. I have managed to download some older songs from the 70s that I really wanted and was too lazy to copy from my own records (in reality I don't do a very good job of it).
The only thing I'd ask to be improved upon really is some more details on the files found as now it's very much a lucky dip as to how good a version you get. I'm on satellite internet which is fairly slow and don't have the luxury of playing all the files found to see which is the best.
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The software developer responded to this review on Oct 21, 2007:
Thank you for our posting and generous rating and I m really grateful you took the time to do this. I will be releasing Clickster 1.60 over the next week or so. The interface has been given a major facelift as it did look, well, not that professional. I am certainly working to provide more information on the tracks found, including the reading of their mp3 id-tags. Hopefully it won t be too long before I have this licked. Included in version 1.60 is a really good MySpace Ripper; with over 100 million mp3 s, from over six million bands. Thank you again for your review and posting.