miSoft Launches Revolutionary Technology with the iPad Arrival

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The patent pending Virtual Stylus from miSoft gives Touch Screen users greater control than ever before. This technology joins the App Store, iTunes, iPhone and the amazing new iPad in changing the way people interact with their creations.

miSoft, the new iPad and iPhone App developer, announces approval of its miLightPegs App for both iPad and iPhone as well as miNoteCards HD custom developed for the iPad Launch of April 3rd, 2010.

"The world has changed, the next Tech revolution has arrived; for decades it was the PC, now it's the iPad. This device is it; everything 90% of users need delivered in such an intuitive way as if we were born to use it. With Apps such as miLightPegs, and soon our powerful miArts painting and animatin App, miSoft's Virtual Stylus Technology permits the user to create pictures and interact with a Touch Screen as never before; this technology joins the iPad in changing the face of computing," said Daniel Fontana, CEO, miSoft, LLC.

Five miSoft iPad and iPhone apps are available right now from the iTunes App Store. miLightPegs lets users create pictures in light as never before; it uses miSofts' patent pending Virtual Stylus technology which permits better control of Touch Screen Devices. miNoteCards and miNoteCards HD (for iPad) lets users create and send personalized note cards in a thoughtful, cash smart, and environmentally friendly way. miFireworks brings the joy of the 4th of July or New Years Eve right into the users hands any time of the year! miArts is a powerful, fully featured digital animation creation engine which soon will include sound and YouTube. miArtsJr integrates features appealing to kids of all ages.

About miSoft
miSoft makes digital art and entertainment products in the iPhone app space and is a proud participant in the Apple iPad Launch. CEO Daniel Fontana is a former Disney screenwriter from the Beauty and Aladdin era who has decades of computer industry experience and holds multiple industry patents. He's excited to now turn his attention to iPhone apps and the future of computing with iPad because, he says "that's where the action is, iPad is the future."

D. Alexander

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