Posted By Paul Kafasis on October 4th, 2012
We obviously think Fission 2 is great, and we’ve heard much the same from many of our users. But if you’re unconvinced, you don’t need to take our word for it. Check out these reviews:
Over at Macworld, Kirk McElhearn took Fission through its paces, and he was very impressed. We’re thrilled to have earned a rating of 4.5 mice. While that would be a very poor score for a restaurant kitchen, it’s a near-perfect score for Mac software.
Speaking of near-perfect scores, we managed to earn another, from IT-Inquirer. Erik Vlietinck gave Fission a 9.5 out of 10, stating “I expected Fission to be much like Apple’s Soundtrack Pro, but it’s simpler, more elegant, and it has brilliant support for editing podcasts”. Thanks for the kind words!
We also had a rave review from Glenn Fleishman, writing for TidBITS. Glenn was impressed with Fission’s “crisp” new interface, saying “it abounds with nice new touches”. He also found many of version 2’s new features to be quite useful. We think you’ll agree.
If you haven’t taken Fission for a test drive yet, head over to the Fission page to learn more and download the free trial. If you’re already using Fission 2, don’t think we’re resting on our laurels. We’re currently squashing bugs for Fission 2.0.1, and planning future updates as well, so watch for updates!