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Daylite 3.7.4 works with Pages, Numbers, Keynote

updated 09:25 am EDT, Thu July 3, 2008

Daylite 3.7.4 ships

Marketcircle Inc this week released Daylite 3.7.4, a new update to its established productivity suite. Aimed at easing Windows to Mac transitions -- especially in the small business arena -- this latest version of Daylite offers a host of new features. Boasting a Mac OS X-style interface, version 3.7.4 introduces full integration with Apple's Pages, Numbers and Keynote to ensure professional business correspondence. The software also combines improved Microsoft Word support with established features such as iCal, iSync and Mail integration, time-tracking and sharable schedules -- in an effort to to be a central hub for user's daily workflow.

Also new in 3.7.4 is a connector to Dialectic, a Mac OS X telephony application that supports inbound and outbound telephony, over landline, mobile or VOIP.

Dalyite is priced at $290 for a single-user license; it is a Universal Binary application that requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. A 30-day free trial of Daylite is available at marketcircle.com.

















by MacNN Staff

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  1. Sebastien

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    get your facts straight!

    It's called "Daylite" not 'Dalyite', and the price you quote here isn't anywhere near what their store indicates!

    At least show some competency when proofreading your stuff!!

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