iNMR Changes Look and Changes the Internal Framework too

in Software (E)

[] Molfetta, Italy - Nucleomatica today is pleased to announce the availability of iNMR 5.0, a new version of the celebrated software for NMR processing on the Mac. With this milestone release iNMR becomes a 64-bit application. All the Carbon code has been ported to Cocoa and the interface has been redrawn, with new cursors, new icons and new dialogs.

Current customers will feel comfortable with the changes, because there is nothing new to learn, while many details of the user interface have been simplified. The interaction with the program is more intuitive, immediate and natural. The list of changes is quite long and takes a whole page on the official web site.

Nucleomatica has been trying, for years, to offer the same identical product to the widest range of users. After the introduction of Lion, however, this proposal had become too difficult to fulfill and the time had come to move on and leave somebody behind. Version 5 requires Snow Leopard and a 64-bit Intel CPU. Version 4 and the "iNMR reader", both compiled as universal binary, are still available for older machines, those running Tiger or Leopard. Documents and scripts can be exchanged back and forth between the old and the new versions, meaning that there is no problem if different computers in the same lab have different versions of iNMR installed.

Since its first appearance in 2005, iNMR has been popular among the scientific community for its unique way of working with NMR data, expressed in the motto: "the ultimate NMR experience". Version 5 brings this experience to a new level of pleasure, according to what beta-testers have said. iNMR is also the only NMR software running on a Mac, if cross-platform applications are excluded from the count.

Minimum Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.6
* Intel Core 2 Duo

Language Support:
* US English

Pricing and Availability:
iNMR can be freely downloaded with a single click, directly from the iNMR web site. The size of the whole package is less than 3 MB. Licenses are sold on the Mestrelab store. A standard license costs 300 Euro plus VAT, with discounts for multiple copies. A disposable license costs 150 Euro. Students can buy a license at the special price of 39 Euro. The upgrade from v4 to v5 is free for standard academic licenses. The program can also be used without any license, in evaluation mode, for unlimited periods.

Nucleomatica was founded in 2006 to create novel algorithms and top-level software in the field of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. The company currently employs the founder Giuseppe Balacco and his wife Cecilia Marino. Notable products are iNMR, iNMR reader and Sweet J. Copyright (C) 2012 Nucleomatica. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.