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Briefly: MO-Call 2.0 comes to App Store, New Keynote themes

updated 02:55 am EST, Tue December 21, 2010

Keynote Themes Plus outs new themes

Morodo has launched version 2.0 of MO-Call, its mobile VoIP application, in the App Store, while Keynote Themes Plus has released 10 new themes for Keynote


Morodo has announced the launch of MO-Call 2.0 for the iPhone 4. The mobile VoIP application offers cheap long distance calling rates and can be used to make calls over a WiFi network. The latest update adds a number of new features including a new user interface, additional payment options, and full account management. Users can now view call records, order history, and SMS delivery reports all from within the application. MO-Call is a free download in the Apple App Store.

Keynote Themes Plus outs 10 new themes for Apple's presentation software

Keynote Themes Plus has released 10 new themes for Apple's presentation software. The new designs include: Blue Map, City Time, Green Orbit, Ink Drops, Medicine, Official, Orange, Thumbs Up, Warning, and White Oval. All of the themes are available in 5 sizes, including HD resolutions, and can be transferred to the iPad for mobile use. The 10 new theme scan be purchased as a bundle for $20, while single themes with a moving background cost $12 and static themes cost $8. Additionally, two free themes, Cheers and Snowflakes, have been released as a free gift to Keynote users.




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