February 11, 2007 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Birmingham, Alabama (February 8, 2007) - LAJ Design is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Quickie Web Albums version 4.3 .
Quickie Web Albums is cross-platform application that creates custom Web Photo (and movie) albums
Changes found in Quickie Web Albums version 4.3
[fixes] A variety of fixes
[new] now universal
Version 4.3 is a free update for version 4 users and paid update for previous registered owners. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
To see the entire list of changes go to
Quickie Web Albums lets you easily create custom web photo and movie albums. You can add a description for images or movies, pick from different album types, set image option and many other options.
Simple enough for a three step process.
1.Import the images.
2. Select where you want the web album located
3. Hit the create button.
Quickie Web Albums is shareware software, and costs US$23 to purchase. A fully-functional demo version, which expires after 45 days, is available.
Quickie Web Albums runs on Windows (ME,NT,2000, and XP) and Macintosh (X). With version 4.1.0, we have dropped support for Mac OS 8 and 9, but you can still download 4.0.9 for those Mac OS classic version.
QuickTime is required if you want to use image types other than JPEG for products (QuickTime only needed on the computer running Quickie Web Albums). Movies also require QuickTime.
Where to Download
Mac OS X
Mac OS (classic)
A 45-day trial version of Quickie Web Albums is available for download from LAJ Design’s web site:
Purchases may be made from the LAJ Design web site:
This press release and others for LAJ Design can be found at
LAJ Design was created in late 1998 dealing primarily with web design. Since the end of 2000, LAJ Design has been developing software for both Macintosh and Microsoft windows. Most of the programs were made to fit an in house need and were further designed for the outer world. We strive for easy to use programs full of power and options. The first program we released was Quickie Web Albums.