TinyPlanet Software announces Knapsack 1.1.2 - 25%-Off Fall Savings

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[prMac.com] San Diego, California - TinyPlanet Software today released version 1.1.2 of Knapsack, the personal travel organizer for Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard, and is offering a 25%-off Fall promotion for both single-user and family-pack licenses. Knapsack 1.1.2 is a maintenance release which includes updates for Snow Leopard compatibility and other bug fixes. The new version is is a free upgrade for existing customers and is recommended for all users.

Originally released in March of 2008, Knapsack is the personal travel organizer for Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. Knapsack gives users the tools to plan, organize, and relive their travel adventures with many user-friendly features including map pins with location postcards, a flexible itinerary planner, trip checklists, and professional-looking printed itineraries. Knapsack is built from the ground up on Apple's latest technology and will continue to advance with every new version of Mac OS X.

Minimum Requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or 10.6 Snow Leopard

Pricing and Availability:
Knapsack 1.1.2 is available for download as a free 30-day full-featured demo and for purchase as a single-user license for only $39.95 (USD) or as a five-user Family Pack for $59.95 (USD). From now until October 31st, 2009, TinyPlanet Software is offering 25% off all purchases. Shoppers can provide the coupon code, FALL2009, and TinyPlanet Software's online store will automatically apply the discount. The discount also applies to gift purchases.

Headquartered in San Diego, California, TinyPlanet Software is a privately funded LLC co-founded in 2006 by Chris Boykin, Ruby Lee, Brad Willoughby, and Merrilee Willoughby. With a passion for the Mac platform, TinyPlanet Software aims to bring simple, friendly, and easy-to-use applications to the ever-growing world of Mac users. Copyright 2006-2008 TinyPlanet Software, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer.


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