September 30, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Jacksonville, Florida - Pocket Sevens proudly announces today the release of its first Mac app, Conspire 1.0. Conspire is a virtual whiteboard app, allowing its users to connect to each other and share a whiteboard session on their Macs. Users can draw, erase, add and edit text, as if they were all standing together in front of an office whiteboard.
Conspire strives to resemble a real whiteboard, but also include the advantages of a computer. There are six pen colors, each with three widths, an eraser tool and a text tool. Lines can be drawn and erased by any connected user, and text can be added, edited or deleted.
Each copy of Conspire acts as a client and a server, allowing you to host a whiteboard session or join one already in progress. Conspire uses the uPnP and NAT-PNP technology built into many current routers to allow users to host a session across the internet easily, without configuring their router by hand. Conspire is also configured to work over a local network with no configuration needed.
* Conspire requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, and is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Pricing and Availability:
Conspire is available now from the Pocket Sevens web site. There is a feature-limited demo available that disables the Save and Print functions, and limits connection time to 15 minutes per session. The full version is available from the Pocket Sevens Store for $29 (USD).
Pocket Sevens is owned and operated by Michael Glass, and was formed to make amazing Mac and iPhone apps. Pocket Sevens was founded in 2008 and is based in Jacksonville, Florida. Copyright (C) 2008-2009 Pocket Sevens. All Rights Reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.