LifeShaker gets booklet printing
a free update to the innovative to-do list appLifeShaker 1.1 is the first major update to the innovative to-do list application for Mac OS X. The new version enables printing of LifeShaker's lists and unique grid interface to a handy booklet, in addition to substantial performance improvements and a number of bug fixes.
The booklet format provides the perfect way to print from LifeShaker with the grid view shown on the front page, listing of goals and steps on following pages and space for notes at the end. If multiple pages are required then LifeShaker is smart enough to print so the folded pages can always be nested together.
LifeShaker revolutionizes the humble to-do list with its unique interface and novel approach to getting stuff done:
- See nine goals at a glance in LifeShaker's innovative grid view
- Shake up the grid to bring new goals into the mix
- Create categories for goals and assign custom colours
- Break a goal down into steps and see only the next step in the grid
- Drop those pesky goals (that you're avoiding) on the Backburner but mind your fingers...it's hot!
- ... and listen out for some nifty sound effects
Shortly after its initial release in September 2007, LifeShaker was chosen as a staff pick and featured download on the Apple website. The animated trailer for LifeShaker (featuring Jeff the busy bee) also created quite a buzz in the Mac community.
System Requirements:Mac OS X 10.3 or greater. LifeShaker is fully compatible with OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Pricing and availability:
LifeShaker 1.1 for Mac OS X is available for immediate purchase from the Funky Cloud online store for US$29.00. A 14-day fully-functional trial version can be downloaded from the Funky Cloud website. LifeShaker 1.1 is a free update for existing customers.
Funky Cloud is the consumer software brand of UK-based Digital Heaven Ltd, one of the leading software developers for Apple Pro Apps since 2003. All trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners.
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