NASHUA, New Hampshire, (PRWEB) September 15, 2005
Inventive today has pre-announced the upcoming iClip 4, which features a new, stylish user interface by veteran UI designer, Piotr Gajos (Pe8er). To celebrate the forthcoming release, Inventive also announced the "iClip 4 'Re-gift' Giveaway" where a Mac mini, an iPod nano, or an iTunes Music Card will be given away to three lucky winners. Inventive recently won the Mac mini in the DashboardWidgets.com "Favorite Widget" Contest for their iClip lite widget and decided to "re-gift" it for this promotion. iClip 4 will be priced at $29 US and anyone who purchases the current version of iClip for $19.95 will receive a free upgrade to iClip 4 when it's released. Details of the giveaway are at http://inventive.us/RegiftGiveaway/
iClip enables users to quickly store, organize and access snippets of information without having to save them as entire documents. Clippings stored in iClip can be arranged into groups, and there's a special group that automatically records everything copied to the Clipboard. iClip helps eliminate redundant typing, especially when filling out online forms, and it's useful for assisting with general tasks such as word processing, web browsing and research. Webmasters, graphic designers, and programmers also find iClip to be useful for their more specialized needs.
Price and Availability
iClip 4 will be available soon for Mac OS X 10.3 or later for $29 US. The current version of iClip, v3.7 is available now for Mac OS X 10.2 or later at http://inventive.us/iClip/ and it can be purchased for $19.95 US. The iClip 4 upgrade will be free to registered users of any previous iClip version.
Note to editors: iClip evaluation copy is available upon request.
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