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Jumsoft, iPresentee debut new templates and themes

updated 12:50 pm EST, Fri December 18, 2009

100 new Mail templates, five iWeb themes

Jumsoft has released Mail Stationery 3.0, delivering over 100 new stationery templates for use in Apple's Mail client. Within the collection are two new design sets, Ink Sense and Cardboard Gallery. There are seven different categories, such as greetings, invitations and newsletters; the greetings category includes a bonus holiday pack with 10 templates. Most of the templates throughout the bundle offer multiple color schemes or design variations.

The Ink Sense material uses splashes and streaks of ink, while the Cardboard Gallery relies on drawings designed for informal messages, and can be personalized with user photos.

Another company, iPresentee, has meanwhile brought its iWeb Themes for Business up to version 6. Five new themes with animated Flash are included in the pack: Black Stallion, Business Bubble, IT Solutions, Night Club and Stage. The update also provides static backgrounds for the themes, and brings the total number of iPresentee iWeb offerings up to 70. Each theme contains 11 different templates, such as Services or Home, and can be completely customized.

Both collections are now available to download. Mail Stationery 3.0 is priced at $40, and requires Mac OS X 10.5. The iWeb Themes for Business 6.0 is priced at $10 for individual templates or $30 for the package of five.








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