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Slidium: The easiest way to create markdown presentations

May 17, 2017 - After more than two years of design and polish, Slidium 1.0.2 is now available. Slidium offers the easiest way to create beautiful presentation slides from Markdown, including graphs, diagrams and much more. The app ships with a set of professional themes and layouts designed to fit with all situations. Custom themes can also be developed using standard web technologies. Version 1.0.2 fixes a crash in Mind map and org chart as well as a random issue in editor.


SmartDown : The Union of a Markdown Editor, and Outliner for Mac

Apr 26, 2015 - French developer Neomobili is happy to announce the release of SmartDown 1.0.4, a distraction free Markdown editor that can be customized and includes all the features you need. SmartDown's distraction free interface allows you to focus on your text. SmartDown includes full-screen support, built-in themes, and multiple export formats, including PDF, RTF and HTML. SmartDown can be used by Markdown experts and beginners alike, allowing use of the mouse, or a more keyboard-concentric interface.


Neomobili releases Deskovery 1.0 - Window Management for Mac OS X

Dec 16, 2010 - Neomobili today announces Deskovery 1.0, an application that adds revolutionary window management features to Mac OS X. Everything is now possible with your windows. Windows can be effortlessly minimized to titlebar or made transparent, aligned and resized in a single click. Deskovery provides everything needed to manage Spaces with a visual Space switcher directly available in the Dock. Windows can become sticky in a single click in order to appear in all Spaces.


AsciiLife 1.0 - Decreased reality - See your life in Ascii Art

Apr 03, 2010 - Neomobili has released AsciiLife 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. AsciiLife is an iPhone application using your iPhone Camera to show you the world in Ascii Art. AsciiLife goes against the fashion "Augmented reality" and bring to the iPhone the concept of decreased reality. AsciiLife uses the camera of your iPhone and transform the vide stream into Ascii Art. What is shown on your screen is then only composed of characters.