November 28, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Greensboro, NC - November 27, 2007 - From the start, you could tell they were meant to be together. Pixadex, our intuitive and familiar icon organizer, and CandyBar, our safe and cheerful icon customization utility, always worked hand-in-hand to transform your desktop into a place you could call home.
Now, thanks to the power of modern computerized technology, unthinkable magic has happened: these two apps have been joined into one!
Introducing CandyBar 3, only for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Brought to you by Panic and the Iconfactory, CandyBar 3 brings the best of CandyBar 2 and Pixadex 2 together into one powerful, new application. CandyBar, as always, lets you easily and safely customize your Leopard system icons like the trash can, volumes, and even the infamous Leopard default folders, so your desktop will be uniquely yours. And now, with Pixadex's feature set built right into CandyBar, users can import, organize and search huge numbers of icons quickly and easily, making it super simple to find just the right icon.
But wait, there's more! CandyBar 3 goes even further, now allowing users to even customize the look of the Leopard dock, just by simply dragging and dropping new images from the Finder. Better still, specially marked iContainers - neatly packaged sets of icons, available now at The Iconfactory - even contain built-in replacement Docks, usable with a single click.
With a brand new interface, 512 x 512 icon support, Quick Look integration in the Finder, super fast icon loading and browsing, improved smart collections, and much more, this is truly an upgrade to be reckoned with.
CandyBar 3 is available today from Panic for the low price of $29. Discount upgrade pricing is available for registered users of both CandyBar 2 and Pixadex 2. Additionally, users who purchased CandyBar 2 or Pixadex 2 on or after October 1st, 2007 qualify for a free, instant upgrade to CandyBar 3
As an extra bonus, CandyBar 3 also includes a built-in brand new icon set, Float, from The Iconfactory. Automatically installed on first launch, and with a a clean, simple style, Float makes your system feel lighter than air.
Visit Panic.com for full details and to download your free trial version today!
Panic has been making shockingly good software for the Macintosh platform since 1997 and has numerous awards for their applications. Based in Portland, OR the developers of Panic are committed to bringing Mac users the finest quality software available anywhere. The Iconfactory has provided leading edge icon design for hundreds of companies including Apple Computer, Aladdin Systems, Cartoon Network Online, Macromedia, Microsoft, Palm, and many others since 1996. The Iconfactory is based in Greensboro North Carolina with offices in Laguna Beach, CA and Stockholm, Sweden.