updated 06:30 pm EDT, Fri October 30, 2009
Infinity Data Systems supports MailForge customers
In Brief: macProVideo.com has released a new tutorial video that provides lessons for working with Apple's MainStage 2 software. PlayHaven has announced a new platform that allows iPhone developers to create community sites for their games. Meanwhile, Infinity Data Systems has extended free phone support to customers using MailForge.
macProVideo.com has expanded its library of software-tutorial videos to include new Apple MainStage 2 Core Training content. The five-hour program, produced by Bill Burgess, provides a set of lessons that show viewers how to use MainStage 2 as a live performance tool. Topics include interface basics, creating layouts and templates, creating songs, DSP effects, and more. The tutorial is available for $40, with options for HD download or online streaming.
PlayHaven has launched a new platform that allows iPhone game developers to establish a community presence online and within the games. The company's online portal reportedly covers more than 15,000 games from the App Store. Fans share information such as guides and tips, while developers can post announcements of updates or new releases. Developers can enroll in the program for free.
Infinity Data Systems (IDS) has announced new support options for users of MailForge, a Eudora-style e-mail client. The company now provides free telephone support for both registered users and individuals interested in switching to MailForge.