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All Chronos apps ready for Intel Macs

updated 10:15 am EST, Fri January 27, 2006

Chronos goes \'Universal\'

Chronos today announced that Universal application versions of its entire product line are now available for Intel-based Macs. The company has released native versions of SOHO Organizer ($100 integrated productivity suite), SOHO Contacts ($50 contact organizer), SOHO Calendars ($50), SOHO Notes ($70 digital notes application), SOHO Print Essentials ($50 professional layout applicaton), SOHO Business Cards ($30), SOHO Labels & Envelopes ($30), SOHO Signs (free sign creation tool), StickyBrain ($40 note manager), and F10 Launch Studio ($30 application launcher). "We've been using Cocoa for over three years and that decision really paid off when it came to building Universal versions of our applications," said Robert McCullough, Chronos's vice president of Development. "All we had to do was flip a switch to compile for Intel processors and the rest is history. Plus, now that all of our software is written in Cocoa, we can just as easily take advantage of future innovations from Apple."

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