March 26, 2010 in Educational (F)
[prMac.com] Douglasville, Georgia - Random Accident has announced the immediate availability of Syllabus 1.0.0, an organizer for students designed for Mac OSX. This initial version focuses on three areas that students find challenging: keeping up with their schedule, organizing all the links and files for each course, keeping track of notes taken during class.
Syllabus allows the student to track the school calendar, course schedules, professor office hours and assignment due dates. iCal sync is available for all of these items so the student always has their schedule available. Acting like iTunes for their links and files, Syllabus organizes their information into a managed folder so that it can be found quickly. With a rich note taking area, Syllabus helps the student take notes during class, and never have to worry about where to find them again.
* Multiple students and school terms
* Course list for each term
* Professors, Links and Student Files
* At a glance upcoming calendar items
* Sync with iCal
* Course schedule
* Course syllabus
* Course assignments
* Course notes
* Course links and files
* Mac OSX Version 10.5 Leopard or higher
Pricing and Availability:
Syllabus is available to download and purchase in English form today, with a special launch price of just $19 (USD). This launch promotion will last until April 22nd, 2010. A free trial version is available for download from Random Accident online.
Located in Douglasville, Georgia (USA), Random Accident was founded by David House in 2006 (initially named Well Built Software). Starting as a consulting company, the focus quickly grew to the Apple platform, especially with the launch of the iPhone SDK & App Store. Now the company is dedicated to providing helpful applications that work across the entire Apple family of desktop computers and mobile devices.