December 8, 2007 in Software (E)
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Winnipeg, Canada - December 8, 2007 - iPDA is the perfect companion to the iPod by serving as a replacement PDA. Word, PDF, Apple Pages, RTF or text documents may be easily transferred to iPod so data is available for quick access, any time. Download RSS feeds, weather forecasts, driving directions and news headlines directly to the iPod. iPDA supports transferring information from Entourage, Stickies, Mail, Address Book and iCal, making it simple to put the information users need on their iPods.
Version 4.0.2 fixes News and RSS downloading under Tiger, Gmail password saving under Tiger, and fixes Direction transfer problems.
- Sync Mail Notes and To Do's directly to iPod.
- Download RSS feeds and keep track of local weather with up-to-date forecasts.
- Download news articles from news.google.com and read them on the way to/from work.
- Subscribe to published iCals and download them directly.
- Download driving directions directly to iPod.
- Perform a backup to iPod.
iPDA 4.0.2 sports a number of important fixes:
* News downloading under Tiger.
* RSS downloading under Tiger.
* Gmail password saving under Tiger.
* Direction transfer problems.
* Mac OS X version 10.3 or higher.
* An iPod.
* Microsoft Entourage for Entourage data synchronization.
* Web Services require an Internet connection.
To install iPDA 4.0.2, drag it to your Applications folder or wherever you'd like to keep it. Clicking on a button will bring up a window to select the specific subset of information to export to your iPod; each window contains basic guides on its use. Determine the settings needed for syncing and click OK.
iPDA 4.0.2 remains priced at $19.95 USD with a $10.00 USD upgrade fee for current 3.x users (and a free update for version 4 users). The iPDA trial allows for 6 full syncs before requiring a purchase. Users may purchase the bundle, which includes iPresent It and iSpeak It, for $44.95 USD; a $13 savings.
Users may purchase from within iPDA by selecting "Purchase iPDA..." in the application menu or visit the ZappTek website.
Based in Winnipeg, Canada, ZappTek was founded by Michael Zapp in 2002. Beginning with tools to bring calendar and note information into the Contact entries of the original iPod, ZappTek now provides a suite of applications to meet every need. These include iPDA for personal information management, iPresent It for giving presentations on the iPod, iSpeak It to convert documents into MP3/AAC audio tracks, and iPod Launcher to automate all of iPod activities. All Material and Software (C) 2002-2007 ZappTek / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.