It is a simple text editor, which is your proposal, but with very interesting features, which makes it a great option.
I am testing and I have approved everything. One thing that developers could think about this product: internationalize. Like other software, the editor could have versions in other languages. The translation, in general, is done by users. I recommend this editor.
As a complementary tool to others that I usually use to do seo analysis of my websites, it has been very useful to find aspects to improve, especially in the definition of h1 and h2 tags; and allowing complementing with other Google tools in its contextual menu also makes my job easier.
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Ok, it’s not a screaming frog. But it doesn’t have to be at this price.
SEO Checker is a cheap practical tool to quickly get a good overview of all titles, descriptions and headings of a website. Just crawled 775 single pages on a website... works for me and maybe the developers will extend the program in the future.
I have been using speech to text from VovSoft for a while. Yes it does require an IBM Watson account but it’s free. Once you have the account you need to look in your account interface for creating an API key it’s not trivial but it’s somewhat doable and definitely worth the effort looking for the instructions and following them. I don’t know of many other voice transcription system instead of free but of course there are probably some open source alternatives if you want to go that route. For me I like to use this because it has a very easy to use interface in the front end and you don’t even see the IBM connection once you have the API key properly configured – it just works.
I had to download 85,000 files from 85,000 different links. Your software were the best when it came to speed and stability. I had tried “Free Download Manager” before and it barely could handle the long list of URL without slowing down like a crawl.
There are many great apps for Macs that help you size windows precisely to a specific width & height (e.g., Moom or Keyboard Maestro). Windows lacks such tools (which seems ridiculous to me). I finally found one that works: Vovsoft’s Window Resizer.
I have Open Multiple Files set up to open about 6 urls and a couple of office programs, works great! One click to open the UI and another to open the files. I like how each one is highlighted as it goes down the list, then auto closes the UI in 10 seconds.