Thinking Code releases Dejumble 1.1.0 update for Mac OS X Leopard
May 14, 2008 in Mac OSX
[prMac.com] Creston Valley, British Columbia - Thinking Code Software is proud to announce Dejumble 1.1.0, an updated version of their task management utility for Mac OS X. Built specifically for OS X 10.5 Leopard, Dejumble offers a fast, simple way to create and organize tasks. It sits nicely in the menu bar for easy access, so tasks are presented in an efficient way without interrupting the users workflow.
Tasks can have due dates and notes as well. Dejumble syncs fluidly with iCal, and offers keyword tagging with categorization. Users may easily search by title or keyword tags with the advanced search bar. Whether users need to quickly create a to-do list, or organize thousands of tasks for many projects, Dejumble can help. Version 1.1.0 offers many improvements and bug fixes.
New features in Version 1.1.0 include:
* Ability to view daily events from iCal.
* Additional filter and sorting options.
* Dejumble window themes.
* URLs in tasks.
* Colorize groups.
* Redesigned settings window.
* Extended trial period from 5 to 30 days
Previous feature highlights include:
* Advanced Sorting Options
* Simplified Task Management
* iCal and Mail Task Synchronization
* Pull-Off Task View
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 3.8 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Dejumble 1.1.0 can be purchased for $19.00 USD per single computer license. A full-featured, 30-day trial version can be downloaded. The 1.1.0 release is a recommended free update for all customers.
Founded by Allan Phillips, Thinking Code Software Inc. is a small software development company located in the beautiful Creston Valley in British Columbia Canada. The company was formed in June 2007 with the purpose to develop productivity and enterprise software solutions that allow Macs to synchronize their data with Blackberries, iPhones and other mobile devices. All projects focus on inter-device communication systems, and utilize their own proprietary push communication system. Thinking Code will be expanding access to their syncronization server system in the coming months to give enterprise and developers the option to integrate this into their products. Please contact them for licensing and other options. Copyright 2007-2008 Thinking Code Software Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, iCal, and the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.