July 26, 2011 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Baltimore, Maryland - Grandview, the simple full-screen notepad that allows one-word-at-a-time-text-entry, is now available on Mac OS X 10.5 through 10.7 Lion. Grandview is instant. By pressing a hotkey from any application in Mac OS X you can quickly enter a full-screen writing experience. The contents are then saved to your clip-board for immediate pasting.
Grandview doesn't have an interface like normal software. It's more of an "insta-face". In fact it doesn't even need to sit in your lower dock. You can choose between viewing your words one at a time, or all at once in a "whole-writing view". And you have a simple preferences panel where you can change your fonts and colors. That's it.
The software has had some pretty incredible reviews since it's release and we posted a colorful screencast featuring the song Hit Me by Co La (Matthew Papich of Ecstatic Sunshine fame).
We are planning an update with some more features, and we don't plan to stop developing until the software is very useful and fully accepted by and deployed to the people it is being built for. We encourage our users to send suggestions so we can build something even more practical and robust in the future.
* OSX 10.6.6
* 0.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Grandview 1.0 is available to try for free today at Dark Heartfelt's website. Grandview is available now in the Mac App Store for $3.99 (USD). For more information about the Grandview, please visit Dark Heartfelt's website for a full feature list and video.
Dark Heartfelt Software was formed in May of 2011 and is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Copyright (C) 2011 Dark Heartfelt Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.