March 28, 2015 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Talent, Oregon - AppleSource Software, maker of powerful and easy to use business applications for Mac, released a huge update to TimeNet, their project management, time tracking, invoicing, billing and accounting solution for people that wish to run their business on stable, secure Mac. TimeNet has been rewritten from the ground up to take advantage of the latest OS X goodness. New animations, new layout, new graphics, and it will look gorgeous on your retina Mac!
* All New retina ready interface
* New invoice layout options
* Drag and drop clients to groups sidebar
* New animations and interface enhancements around every corner
* New self-installing auto-updater
* Double-click any column in reports to drill into project breakdown detail view
* Rates with up to 4 decimal places (for example 0.024 cents per letter)
* Spell checking enabled
* New Quick Search options
* New undo features in Project window
* New QuickTimer features
* New contextual menu options
* Performance has been drastically improved throughout
* Bug fixes and stability improvements
* Menubar timer fixes
* Many, many more goodies and enhancements
Pricing and Availability:
TimeNet 4 is available now for $49.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) from the TimeNet website. Existing customers can upgrade to this new version for $15. Anyone who purchased TimeNet after March 24th, 2014 gets it free.
AppleSource Software makes beautiful and powerful business apps for Mac. It is our passion to make the Mac a viable platform for conducting serious business. OS X offers so many benefits to the professional market with security and reliability unmatched on any other platform. A lack of great business software makes the switch from PC much more difficult than it should be. We aim to solve that problem. Copyright (C) 2015 AppleSource Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.