October 12, 2011 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] McLean, Virginia - Blue Mango Learning Systems knows a little bit about frustration. The frustration felt by reading ambiguous, disorganized emails. The frustration felt by the time intensive process of adding images and clarity to online communications. The frustration of not being understood.
That is why they created Clarify. Clarify removes the frustration of confusion and replaces it with the joy of communicating clearly. Clarify does this by making it simple to turn images, photos and screenshots into online communications. Greg DeVore, CEO of Blue Mango Learning Systems explains:
"Too many screen capture applications focus on just taking pictures. A picture isn't a communication. It's a single thought, a single example. In our experience a single picture or screenshot isn't enough to communicate most thoughts clearly. But the tools that have existed up until now haven't made visual communication easy. Clarify solves that problem."
Clarify helps people communicate clearly online in three ways:
1. Clarify allows users to capture multiple images and assemble them into a document.
2. Users can then add image annotations (boxes, arrows, etc.) as well as text to their document.
3. Users can then share their document as a PDF, Email, via Dropbox or through Blue Mango's free Clarify-it.com service.
Greg DeVore continues: "The key is the simplicity. With Clarify we have made it simpler to create a beautiful, clear communication then to create a vague, text-only email."
Pricing and Availability:
Clarify is now available for Mac or Windows for $29.99 (USD). A cross-platform license can be purchased for $39.99. Licenses can be purchased through the Blue Mango Online Store or through the Mac App store.
Since 2003 Blue Mango Learning Systems has been innovating in the area of media based documentation and communication. Blue Mango Learning Systems is based out of McLean, VA just outside of Washington, DC. Copyright (C) 2003-2010 Mango Learning Systems. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.