Mar 03, 2014 - Virginia based Whetstone Apps announces the release of DayMap 1.8 for Mac and 1.4 for iPhone. A Mac demo version is now available for free on their website. DayMap has a completely updated user interface for both the Mac and the iPhone, offering a unique way of organizing and scheduling projects and tasks in a visually intuitive Project Outliner and Weekly or Monthly Scheduler. We believe visual people deserve an organizer tailored to their strengths. DayMap does just that.
Jan 27, 2014 - Appfluence releases a new feature for project management called "Tags" to give project managers unprecedented visibility across all their responsibilities and projects. Combined with Priority Matrix's Master List, project managers can zoom in and out of responsibilities to get important things done. This is particularly helpful to Priority Matrix's existing 80,000 busy customers, who manage an average of 10-15 projects. This updates Priority Matrix for Mac to version 2.3.
Dec 04, 2013 - Appfluence today introduces Priority Matrix 2.0, the Mac version of their award winning productivity software. Priority Matrix helps managers spend their efforts on the tasks with the highest ROI. Priority Matrix features full integration between Mac, Windows, iPad, iPhone, and Android, real-time seamless sync, and integration with iCal, Google Cal & Outlook. Priority Matrix already has more than 80,000 paid users and businesses, and is a productivity tool that helps with employee success.
Dec 03, 2013 - Fanurio Time Tracking SRL today announces Fanurio 3.0, a major update to its cross-platform desktop application. Fanurio is highly appreciated by freelancers who need to track time, manage projects, and invoice their clients, so that they can get paid for their work. Fanurio 3.0 enables self-employed people to manage most aspects of their businesses like planning tasks, tracking expenses and recording mileage whether it's for billing or for tax purposes.
Oct 30, 2013 - Berbie Software today announces BigHairyGoal 1.1 for Mac OS X. BigHairyGoal is a tool for creatives and software developers for getting ideas and concepts down, and to arrange them in a way that gives more insight. The app functions like a whiteboard letting users attach note cards to, connecting them with lines and to reorder them. Effortlessly visualize alternative approaches and reason possible decisions, while keeping the big picture as an information radar of progress and success.
Oct 10, 2013 - EUROCOMP today announces Timing 1.3.2, an update to its unique time tracking application for OS X. In contrast to classic time tracking applications, Timing doesn't require users to manually operate timers. Instead, users' activities like editing documents, surfing the web, and playing games are tracked automatically and can be easily reviewed at a later time. A lite version, limited to today's and yesterday's data, is available for a free trial prior to the purchase.
Aug 14, 2013 - Deep IT today releases Diagrammix 2.6.0, an update to their popular diagramming tool for Mac OS X. Diagrammix was developed specifically for building beautiful diagrams with minimal effort. It offers a lot of useful art elements with different connectors that eliminate the need for preparing attractive elements in alternative vector drawing applications. "Vector Drawing Tools" is an additional component that allows you to create your own shapes and lines & use them along with predefined shapes.
Jul 09, 2013 - Fanurio Time Tracking SRL has released Fanurio 2.7, an update to their popular time tracking and billing software application. Highly appreciated by freelancers for its intuitive interface, flexible timer and ability to produce detailed invoices, Fanurio can record services and expenses, round time, apply discounts, handle subcontracted work, use multiple currencies, apply taxes, record partial payments and more. Version 2.7 has a new sidebar, improved table columns, and much more.
Jun 03, 2013 - EUROCOMP today announces Timing 1.3, an update to its unique new time tracking application for OS X. In contrast to classic time tracking applications, Timing doesn't require users to manually operate timers. Instead, users' activities like editing documents, surfing the web, and playing games are tracked automatically and can be easily reviewed at a later time. A lite version, limited to todays' and yesterdays' data, is now available for a free trial prior to the purchase.