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Daylite 3.1.3 adds OpenBase 10 support

updated 10:00 am EDT, Thu October 5, 2006

Daylite 3.1.3 released

Marketcircle today released Daylite 3.1.3, adding OpenBase 10 as well as stability improvements to its productivity management software. Daylite is designed to help users manage projects and day-to-day scheduling with projects, mail, labels as well as envelopes, and more. The application enables users to create calendars, offers support for Palm as well as BlackBerry devices, and provides easy contact management. The software features Mac OS X Services menu support, allowing users to create and attach notes from Apple Mail or from any Services-aware application. Daylite requires Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later running on a 1GHz G4-, G5-, or Intel-based Mac with at least 768MB of memory. Each user license costs $150, and a free trial is available online. Registered users can upgrade for $80.

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