iClip Named One of the Top 10 Mac Products for 2004

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Productivity software shares the stage with iMac G5, iPod photo and iPod mini

Inventive, Inc. (http://inventive.us) proudly announces that iClip, their award winning productivity software for Mac OS X, has been named one of the top 10 Mac products of 2004 by Macsimum News. iClip enables users to quickly store, organize, and access snippets of information without having to save them as entire documents. Other products named to the top 10 were Apple's iMac G5, iPod photo and iPod mini, among others.

"2004 has been a very exciting year for Inventive. It's so rewarding to get recognition for all the hard work we've put into iClip and we're extremely proud to be acknowledged along with such great Mac products as the iMac G5 and the iPod," said John Casasanta, President of Inventive.

iClip is a multiple clipboard/scrapbook application designed to improve user efficiency and productivity for various computing tasks. iClip enables users to store and retrieve various clippings, such as text, pictures, URLs, file aliases, movies, etc. in it's multiple bins. Clippings can be arranged into groups to keep users organized. iClip helps eliminate redundant typing, especially in tasks like filling out online forms. It's widely used to assist general purpose tasks such as word processing, web browsing, and research, while webmasters, graphic designers, and programmers also find iClip to be useful in their more specialized tasks.

Pricing and Availability

iClip is available now for Mac OS X 10.2 or later as a "try-before-you-buy" download at http://inventive.us/iClip/ or on CD at select retailers. It can be purchased for $29.95 USD for the CD version or $19.95 USD for the trial version.

About Inventive

Inventive develops and publishes computer software applications designed to help people become more efficient and more productive. Inventive is a privately funded corporation founded in 2002.

About Macsimum

Macsimum News (http://www.macsimumnews.com) is an online virtual newspaper that covers Apple and the Mac and iPod platforms.


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John Casasanta



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