May 15, 2007 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Yellow Camp Software today released its premiere application, Anzan, a utility for easily transferring files between multiple Macs on a local network.
Anzan makes the transfer of a file to a co-worker or family member as simple as dropping a file onto the recipient's name. With Anzan you can think in terms of who you wish to send a file to instead of how to send it. No more struggling to remember computer names and accounts or mounting and unmounting remote file systems; just drag, drop, and off your file goes! Need to send the same files to multiple people, or include a short message with the files you send? Anzan lets you do both with ease. And receiving files is just as simple. For example, if you find yourself receiving files from certain individuals frequently you can tell Anzan to automatically accept transfers from those people. What's more, Anzan provides a history of your transfers, both sent and received, and can quickly reveal these files in Finder.
Since Anzan works equally well for groups of Mac users and for a single individual with multiple Macs, the application license pricing varies depending on the number of computers that will be used to transfer files on the local network. The license for two computers is $18.95, while the license for up to five computers is $36.95. A license for up to ten computers is $65.95. For significantly larger numbers of computers, perspective buyers are encouraged to contact Yellow Camp Software through the company website. Anzan licenses can be purchased at the company store and customers can save 20% through May 21st with coupon code ANZAN100G.
Yellow Camp Software was founded by Stephan Cleaves in January 2007. A veteran of Mac OS X development having created his first application for the platform, MacXword, in 2002 while a partner in Advenio. Through Yellow Camp Software, Stephan is creating useful applications that aim to solve everyday problems in an effort to make using a Mac an even more pleasant experience than it is already.