January 7, 2010 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Atlanta, Georgia - SimpleLeap Software has released an update for its popular flashcard and testing study application, Cram for Mac. Cram is perfect for students, teachers, or anyone else looking to study or learn any subject matter on their Mac with flashcards and practice multiple-choice tests. The application's pairing with the iPhone and iPod Touch, multiple study modes, and the ability to share test material with friends makes Cram for Mac an essential study tool.
Cram for Mac 1.3 update remedies a few minor issues, adds enhanced user interface elements, and convenient features. For current customers, Cram for Mac 1.3 is a free update. Users taking advantage of the may also upgrade to the full version of Cram for $29.99.
Full list of updates to Cram for Mac 1.3:
* Added grid view for easy viewing of tests in library
* Added ability to use and create smart folders
* Updated main app icon
* Updated toolbar icons all throughout app
* Updated Cram help file
* Updated the app welcome screen
* Added Cram License Agreement within app
* Fixed bug that generated duplicated tests into the wrong folder
* Fixed bug that generated split tests into the wrong folder.
* Mac OS X 10.5 & 10.6 (Leopard & Snow Leopard)
Pricing and Availability:
Cram 1.3 is only $29.99 (USD) and available on SimpleLeap Software's website.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, SimpleLeap Software is a software company founded in 2008 by Ashli Norton and Patrick Chukwura. SimpleLeap Software has received numerous accolades from industry reviewers and blogs including Fox News, CNET, Softpedia, and Softonic. SimpleLeap Software's application Cram for Mac has even been selected as an Apple Staff Pick on Apple.com's download website and Cram for iPhone has been selected as an "Apple Staff Favorite" on the Apple iTunes App Store. All Material and Software (C) 2008-2009 SimpleLeap Software / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, and iPhone, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.