October 29, 2008 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Washington, DC - KavaSoft today announced KavaMovies 1.0, the Mac movie database. KavaMovies lets you organize the movies you've seen, the movies you want to see, and the movies in your collection. It connects to the internet and downloads tons of information about each of your movies in realtime.
Imgagine making a list of all the movies you've ever seen? You'd be surprised how easy it is with KavaMovies. Click a movie to see who's in it. Click an actor to see what they've been in. Directors, genres, keywords, languages, years everything is connected!
Use KavaMovies to make a list of all the movies you want to see. Click on a movie you like, and it will recommend ten other movies. Better yet, the program makes a master list all the movies you're most likely to enjoy, based on all the movies in your personal database.
KavaMovies organizes all the movies on your computer (or your shelf). Drag a movie file to the program and it remembers where it is. Just click play to watch whatever you want. It's your whole collection at your fingertips.
Don't have a movie? Toolbar buttons let you buy it from Amazon on DVD, or from the iTunes Store online. And downloading with BitTorrent has never been simpler: one click to search, another click to start the download in your favorite client.
Pricing and Availability:
KavaMovies costs $35 (USD), and can be purchased using PayPal or Kagi. You can try all the features of KavaMovies with up to fifty movies for free. The KavaSoft Store is offering a limited-time $10 introductory discount with coupon code "MOVIEFAN".
KavaSoft today also announced KavaTunes 3.5.1, the web jukebox for iTunes, and Curator 1.1.4, the iTunes artwork manager. More information is available on the KavaSoft website.
Founded in 2002, KavaSoft is the creator of numerous digital lifestyle applications for Mac OS X, including Shoebox, KavaTunes, KavaMovies, iConquer, HyperImage, Curator and KavaServices. Copyright 2002-2008 KavaSoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.