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SplashShopper list manager released

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Fri April 6, 2007

SplashShopper released

SplashData has released SplashShopper, its smart list manager that tracks stores as well as prices to ease the process of shopping for various goods. The application is designed to help users manage lists of groceries, gifts, to-do's, wines, music, movies, and more. SplashShopper allows users to view, edit, and print shopping lists with support for unlimited lists. Each list can include different categories, custom fields, and icons. QuickLists make recurring shopping lists easy to create, and users can assign items to multiple stores as well as track per-store prices. SplashShopper is priced at $20, and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later. The company has also released its SplashID password manager to safely store and organize usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, PINs, and more. SplashID is available for $20, and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later.




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  1. JBracy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    you're a little late!

    Splash Shopper and Splash ID have been around for YEARS. This is just the first time they have a Mac ONLY release. The older versions had a desktop App which would sync with your PDA.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Again with false hopes!

    Another year, another announcement of these apps as if they were new, or even a new release. The latest version of SplashShopper was released in 2005! Sheesh...

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