I had excellent technical service experience with the crew at Tasty Apps. In this modern age, it can very hard to get quality service, especially on a technical level. These guys really knew their stuff and were so detailed in their advice, that it actually restored my troubled Mac Pro back to peak performance. Very, very impressed. Tasty Apps sets a standard of service that the whole country can and should follow as an example. — Sean Davey,

(...) diligent, tenacious and relentless product support (...) — Danny McCall,

A ground-breaking & revolutionary array of software for Mac, Tasty-Apps' products and further tech support is so reliable - I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone. — Ryan

I've been using TastyApps' products (Videobox, Musicbox, Web Snapper, and FlagIt!) since 2009. I'm a huge fan of their products, and have also become a huge fan of their Technical Support. As a Macintosh Consultant and Software Instructor, this is not a phrase I often have the opportunity to say, and in the case of TastyApps, I'm more than pleased to be able to say it. (...) I can't say enough good things about TastyApps' Support Services. I heartily recommend their software, their company, and their Tech Support. — Stephanie Gans,

I didn’t use my copy of VideoBox much UNTIL I discovered that it can convert Elgato EyeTV MPEG2 files (QuickTime Pro cannot). If ever Easy VHS to DVD crashes while converting a recording (It records in MPEG2 format) – the ONLY App I have that CAN convert the leftover MPEG2 files to QuickTime MOV is VideoBox. So, Instead of paying Apple $20 for a Quick time MPEG2 Converting Plugin: I recommend you Buy VideoBox for $15 to do the Exact same Job! — Carl McCall,

(...) the renew license was very easy to use and in minutes my VideoBox was working. In a time where support for most companies really sucks—I appreciate your quick and thorough turnaround to my issue—thanks for the support. — Scott Medina,

June 20, 2017




It seems Safari has made itself incompatible with our Extensions.

Beginning with Safari 10.0.2 Apple now requires all distributed Extensions to meet their requirements…this is generally a good idea to avoid nasty conflicts and crashes. But their requirements also includes a restriction on apps/Extensions that allow “…the ability to save, convert, or download media from third party sources (e.g. Apple Music, YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo, etc.)”, so Extensions for our TastyApps are no longer approved.

But while the Extensions will not work in the latest versions of Safari, we now have “Bookmarklets” available that emulate the 1-click functionality of the Extensions. The Bookmarklets work with all browsers and are just as easy to use as the Extensions. But, also beginning with Safari v.10.0.2, each time you call up an app via the Bookmarklet, you will be asked to Allow the Bookmarklet to open the app. This is another restriction that Apple has in place and we have found no way around it. Interestingly, while Google Chrome and FireFox browsers will ask the same question the first time you use a Bookmarklet, both have an option to remember your choice and when checked you will only need to allow the Bookmarklet the first time on those browsers.

For Safari and Chrome users, VideoboxPro and WebSnapperPro have built in "Insta-Link" buttons in the interface that also provide easy 1-click captures. You can read more about the Bookmarlets and the Insta-Link buttons in the Tutorials

Here are the Bookmarklet buttons...just click and drag the ones you need...

and drop them onto your browser bookmarks bar.