app4mac introduces RapidoStart 2.0 for Mac OS X

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San Jose, CA - September 3, 2007 - app4mac introduces RapidoStart 2.0 for Mac OS X. RapidoStart is a Freeware application designed to quickly launch applications, open documents, or access folders. When there is not enough space in the Apple Dock, you can use RapidoStart to stock an endless number of items. RapidoStart is also more discreet. It can be used in conjunction with the Apple Dock or as its replacement.

When RapidoStart is installed, a discreet icon sits in the corner of your screen, and you click to activate it. A palette slides onto the screen, to which you can add your favorite applications (with a simple drag and drop), or of course, select them to launch them. The RapidoStart palette shows eight applications at a time; however, you can search for applications in its palettes or browse for them in multiple pages.

What's new with version 2.0?

* Multiple screens management
* Better categories management
* Better ways to switch categories
* Possibility to add links to remote disks/folders
* Possibility to move the main window anywhere on the screen
* Option to launch all items of a category
* Compatible with fullscreen applications
* Better search function
* New cool effects
* New keyboard shortcuts
* Tutorial included
* Updated us

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.3 or later

Pricing and Availability:
RapidoStart is Freeware, and may be copied and distributed. You can use it for as long as you want.

app4mac is a company created in 2001 with the goal of providing innovative applications for Mac OS X. We take great pleasure building Mac products. We are committed to creating quality software that will make the Mac even more user-friendly. Our goal is to present our new catalog of solutions. We believe our products will help your company to sell more services and provide more solutions for switchers to the Mac Platform.

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