Ohanaware updates Fun Card Maker to Version 1.0.2

February 4, 2009 in Image Editing (E)

[prMac.com] Jhangle, Pingtung, Taiwan - Ohanaware announced the immediate release of an update to their FREE product, "Fun Card Maker". Fun Card Maker allows people to send exciting cards over e-mail. This minor update adds requested functionality to the product.

Ohanaware's Fun Card Maker is a user friendly software product, that is designed to make it simple to create exciting virtual greeting cards for distribution over e-mail. Recipients of Fun Cards will be able to view the greeting within their favorite e-mail program, regardless of wether they're using a Macintosh or Windows PC. As of February 1st, Fun Card Maker has been download over 100,000 times since it's release in September 2008, making Fun Card Maker one of Ohanaware's most popular products.

What's New In Version 1.0.2:
The latest version of Fun Card Maker adds the most requested feature to Fun Card Maker, the ability to specify the text size of the caption. This ability allows users to set the text size really small to include a longer message, or to specify a larger text size and include a more to the point greeting.

System Requirements:
Fun Card Maker requires a Power Macintosh G4, G5 or Intel based Macintosh computer, running Mac OS X 10.4 or later. It is recommended to have to least 128 mb of RAM.

Pricing and Availability:
Fun Card Maker is available today for free. Fun Card Maker can be downloaded and used for FREE from the Fun Card Maker web page on the Ohanaware web site.

Ohanaware is a family team with a history and passion in software development, in 2007 their games company Ohana Games had a top ten hit with the game Recyclorama. Both Joy Sha and Sam Rowlands enjoy the thrill of amateur photography and sharing their photos with family and friends. Joy Sha has a history in the design industry with experience as a 2D and 3D artist, she also holds a masters in 3D animation. Sam Rowlands has been writing software since 1990. He won his first award in 2004. His most famous work includes iWatermark and net_clipper.