October 7, 2011 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Redmond, Washington - To honor the memory of Steve Jobs, Frosty Dogs will be donating all proceeds from all product sales this weekend to fund pancreatic cancer research. "There are no early detection methods for this disease that has single-digit survival rates", says Mike Stewart, founder of Frosty Dogs. "I hope that this weekend Frosty Dogs and its customers can help fund the research necessary to increase early detection and survival rates of this insidious disease."
Stewart continues, "Without Steve Jobs, and the company he was a huge part of, there would be no platform on which to build Frosty Dogs. Continuing to build great software here at Frosty Dogs just did not seem to be enough to honor the inspiration that Steve encouraged at Apple. Therefore every dollar from every Frosty Dogs product sale this weekend will be donated to pancreatic cancer research in honor of Steve. Simply purchase a copy of TaskSurfer, Gym Fanatic, or PhotoFinish from now until Monday and the proceeds will go to fight pancreatic cancer."
Gym Fanatic and PhotoFinish are available on the iTunes App Store. TaskSurfer can be purchased from the Mac App Store or on the Frosty Dogs website.
Located in Redmond, Washington, Frosty Dogs was founded in 2009 by Mike Stewart. Frosty Dogs has a mission to create something beyond throw-away software profiting on the latest craze, and create commercial and enterprise applications that provide users with productivity gains and the occasional bit of fun. For more information about Frosty Dogs and their applications, please visit their website. All Material and Software (C) 2009-2011 Two Dogs Software, LLC / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. TaskSurfer uses the Toodledo API but is not otherwise affiliated with Toodledo.