March 24, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Evansville, Indiana - Today, Second Gear released an update to its flagship productivity application Today 1.7, with several new features and enhancements. Today makes it easy to get a one day snapshot view of your upcoming events and tasks in a compact window. Adding new events and tasks is just as easy. You can quickly schedule next week's meeting or a quick task in Today. No iCal required.
Today 1.7 adds support for printing your daily schedule from within the application. You can now get a quick overview of all of the events and tasks that you have in Today to take with you on the go or share with friends and colleagues. Today 1.7 also includes several updates to improve our French and German localizations as well as minor performance and usability enhancements.
What's new in Today 1.7:
* You can now print your daily schedule from within Today
* Reverted to traditional date selection in new event and task creation
* Rewrote task sorting algorithms to be more reliable
* Slightly mproved launch time performance
* Fixed a resizing issue with the preferences on the German localization
* Fixed wording issue in Alarms panel for German users
* Fixed several issues with the French localization
* Improved the selection visuals for the menu-bar
* Other smaller fixes and performance enhancements
* See events and tasks for each day
* Create new events and tasks directly from the application
* Filter what events and tasks appear in Today based on their calendar
* Open an event or task externally in iCal
* Quick navigation between dates in the past or future
* Smaller footprint than iCal
* Synchronizes calendar information from iPhone and iPod touch
* Synchronizes between multiple Macs using MobileMe
* Works with Mac OS X Leopard's system-wide CalendarStore
Pricing and Availability:
A 10-day fully-functioning demo of Today can be downloaded at the Second Gear Web site. The price is $15 (USD) for a personal license. Mac OS X 10.5.5 or higher is required. Today 1.7 is a free update for registered users of Today 1.x.
Second Gear is based Evansville, Indiana. Founded in 2006 by Crew Chief Justin Williams, Second Gear focuses on building beautiful Mac OS X and iPhone applications for consumers and business. Their first application, PocketTweets, was the most popular Web-based Twitter client for Apple's revolutionary iPhone in 2007. For more information on Second Gear, please visit their website.