Journler 2.5 Released -- New Interface, Powerful Additions

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[] March 24, 2007 (Graz, Austria) In the early hours of March 24 Philip Dow announced the newest version to the popular Macintosh program, Journler. Six months in development, Journler v2.5 features numerous enhancements and makes it even easier for Mac users to keep a journal and manage their information.

Journler 2.5 is a flexible tool designed to meet the needs of the most demanding user while remaining simple and intuitive. Journler's new user interface is a testament to the importance placed by the Macintosh community on interface design. The program is elegant and easy to use. It is uncluttered while remaining accessible.

Journler's new look hides an incredible flexibility. Although the program was designed for the journler, individuals and companies have adapted it for use as a personal information manager (PIM), junk drawer and as part of a Getting Things Done (GTD) system.

Journler 2.5 fixes numerous bugs and includes many enhancements. Auto-tagging completes the Smart Family concept, first introduced by Journler. The Drop Box and JPanel make it easy to get data into the program, while the new Lexicon helps users discover the implicit relationships between their entries. Journler 2.5 boasts better memory management and disk usage, which noticeably improves its performance. Writer-in-mind features such as spelling auto-correction and live word count round of the changes.

Scholars, teachers, students, professors, scientists, thinkers, the business minded and writers of every persuasion use Journler on a daily basis to connect the written word with the media most important to them. Chronicle, organize, find and connect. Journaling is just the beginning.

Journler was designed and developed by Philip Dow. More information is available online at

Philip Dow is an independent developer crafting powerful software for the Macintosh computer. He is based in Graz, Austria, where he worked as an English teaching assistant in the Austrian primary school system. For more information and contact details visit Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.


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