Info-Mac announces iForum 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch

September 22, 2009 in Social Networking (E)

[] Chicago, Illinois - Info-Mac(R) today announces the immediate availability of iForum, the first iPhone app created by an online Apple, Mac and iPhone user community. iForum allows you to register, login, browse, search and post on Info-Mac, the original online Mac user community. Users are invited to discuss a wide variety of Apple-related topics, or any other topic such as art, politics, religion and more. iForum brings the same high-quality, moderated, spam-free content as the desktop version of Info-Mac, but in an iPhone-friendly fashion. Among other things, iForum allows you to get help with your iPhone from your iPhone.

iForum's interface makes working with the Info-Mac community easy and hassle-free on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Keep track of the latest discussion topics, or search Info-Mac content as far back as the 1980s. Read the latest Apple & computer industry news headlines. Create polls and analyze the results with friends. You can even view pictures, YouTube videos, and lists of file attachments posted from the desktop version of Info-Mac. Country flags let you know where every member is located, adding to the international flair of the community!

iForum Features:
* Clean, friendly interface
* In-app registration
* Create new topics
* Reply to topics
* Track latest topics
* Preview topic attachments
* Vote in polls
* View poll results

Minimum Requirements:
iPhone or iPod touch 3.0 or later

Pricing and Availability
iForum is available for $0.99 (USD) from all worldwide iTunes App Stores.

Info-Mac was the first online community dedicated to the Macintosh(R) platform. Since 1984, Info-Mac has brought Mac users from around the world together with discussion, file sharing, and news. From the early days of the internet to today, Info-Mac continues this 25-year tradition with features and benefits that set it apart from the competition. Copyright 1984-2009 Info-Mac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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