December 11, 2008 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Wellington, New Zealand - FarFinder and Webjimbo, the Macintosh remote access products from independent Mac developer Flying Mac, went on sale today. FarFinder is on special for $25, reduced from $35, and Webjimbo is $20, reduced from $30. Family licence bundles are also discounted.
FarFinder makes a Mac's files accessible from anywhere on the internet using any web browser, iPhone or iPod Touch. Users browse their Macs using a familiar, Finder-like interface, and Spotlight-style searching is also available.
Webjimbo allows users to access, search and edit their Yojimbo data, also from any web browser, iPhone or iPod Touch.
Access to both products is truly cross-platform: all that is required is a modern web browser running under OS X, Windows or Linux.
Installation has been made as simple as possible, bringing remote access within easy reach of the ordinary consumer. Automatic configuration means that the products just work for the majority of users. For others, smart diagnostics guide the user through any required setup. Both products come with a 20 day, fully-featured trial period and require OS X 10.4 or higher.
Flying Mac is run by Adrian Ross, an independent software developer in Wellington, New Zealand. Copyright 2008 Flying Mac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.