October 24, 2011 in Announcements (F)
[prMac.com] Carpi, Italy - Command Guru, a group dedicated to the development of excellent productivity applications, have now expanded to include Command Guru Labs, a creative workshop where the group's developers can give free rein to their ideas and create side projects.
At Command Guru Labs you will find new versions of Sally Park for iPhone and Headline for Mac to be unveiled in the next few days. All other applications developed by Command Guru to date will also become part of the Labs, together with the applications created during the CocoaHeads Live event. Command Guru will continue to update and support all their Apps.
"We want the developers that are part of our team to feel free to experiment and create whatever applications they have in mind, even if those apps are not directly part of our 'core business'. We always listen to our developers' ideas! So often they are innovative and fun projects that we all would want on our personal devices. At Command Guru we encourage our developers to experiment, giving full support to their work and creativity." - declared Command Guru founder and CEO Alessio Zito Rossi.
The Labs were created to better distinguish side project applications from the productivity applications that will define the real DNA of Command Guru. Zito Rossi also points out that the group has been working for over a year with a team of more than 20 people to develop their first major application which will be released in the next few months. So stay tuned!
For more information visit Command Guru website and click on Labs link.
Located in beautiful Carpi, Modena, Italy. Command Guru srl is a privately held company founded in 2009 by Alessio Zito Rossi. With a combination of more than 15 years of experience in marketing and software development, Command Guru designs and develops innovative applications for Mac and iPhone platforms combining usability, outstanding style and performance. Copyright (C) 2009 Command Guru srl. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.