Apimac releases Idea 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch

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[prMac.com] Milano, Italy - Apimac has announced Idea 1.0, their new note taking, and memo organizing tool for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed specifically to take advantage of the iPhone's unique capabilities and interface, Idea serves as an excellent note taking and archival solution for anyone on the go. Organize notes and memos with a touch. Perfect for business and personal use alike, quickly compose and send notes via email to colleagues, as well as archive them at any time.

Inspired by professional photographer, Martin Muntenbruch, Idea features an extensive gallery of professionally created images to serve as backgrounds, allowing users to organize their notes in a myriad of different ways. To change the wallpaper, simply shake the device. With the magic of Multi touch, users may organize and group notes visually by simply moving (up to five at a time) them around the screen.

"It was a pleasure to work with the team that developed this application" said Martin Muntenbruch, Photographer. "It was exciting to see some great ideas grow and become reality. I'm happy that users can touch my picture when they work with the program and organize their ideas."

Feature Highlights:
* Organize ideas by moving and regrouping the notes visually
* Gallery of wallpapers made by professional photographers and graphics
* Use multi-touch to move up to five notes at once
* Choose your favorite default font and size
* Write a note and then easily send it via email
* Shake the iPhone to change wallpapers
* Users may Archive notes

System Requirements:
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2.1 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Idea 1.0 for iPhone is only $1.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store.

Apimac is a company founded in 1996 dedicated to Mac OS X and iPhone only software. People at Apimac aim to put into users hands applications which they can use in a way they do things every day. Right after opening their programs, users can immediately focus on their task, not even noticing that they're using an entirely new program. Copyright 1996-2009 Apimac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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