June 9, 2010 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Atlantic Beach, Florida - Chuck Joiner of MacVoices recently interviewed Tropical Software president James Lee on the recent changes to TopXNotes and our in-progress testing of TopXNotes touch. TopXNotes is the premiere personal information manager for Macintosh computers. Macworld magazines 4 out of 5 stars is just one of the many positive reviews it has received. It is a Mac-only product that allows you to also sync your notes with any Classic iPod.
Earlier this year Tropical Software announced the release of TopXNotes 1.5, the latest update to its award-winning personal information manager for Macintosh. Version 1.5 includes many improvements, including an all new toolbar that puts the post frequently used tools at the user's fingertips, making TopXNotes even easier to use.
During the interview, Mr. Lee made a point to highlight the many improvements introduced in the recently released version 1.5, pointing out the new toolbar, icons, and QuickStart Guide, among other things. Mr. Lee also discussed the coming release of TopXNotes 1.6 which will sync with TopXNotes touch and Tropical Softwares beta testing program.
Pricing and Availability:
TopXNotes retails for $39.95 (USD) and can be downloaded from the Tropical Software web site at the link below. A trial version is available.
Tropical Software makes the award-winning TopXNotes, a modern personal note manager with state of the art proprietary encryption technology for the ultimate in securing personal information. Located in Gainesville, Florida, Tropical Software is owned and operated by former Apple employee James Lee, and is dedicated to improving the lives of its customers by offering easy to use productivity software for Macs, iPods, and iPhones. TopXNotes registered trademark of Tropical Software, Inc. in the U.S. Copyright (C) 2010 Tropical Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.