Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
WHO: Theory.io updates note taking productivity app, Projectbook. Update 1.1 is compatible with all models of iPad 2 and the new iPad.
WHAT: Projectbook 1.1 contains customizable options for image placement and faster sketching performance and will be on sale for one-week for $1.99.
Users now have two options for how images can be placed within notes:
Optimized for the new iPad, sketching with Projectbook's expressive digital ink is now faster and more responsive.
Update & Promotion:
Update 1.1 is free for current users. Promotion: Normally priced at $6.99, Projectbook will be available at a special promotional price of $1.99 from October 11 - October 18.
Projectbook is a full-featured notebook and to-do manager that keeps you organized even without keywords, tags, or an Internet connection. Its note-taking capabilities include advanced word processing and outlining with bullets or checkboxes. Projectbook holds notes, to-do lists, Word docs, PDFs, web clips, sketches, and photos together on any page. It manages due dates and projects with a flexible to-do manager, and it automatically links related information so notes and documents can be found even without user generated tags, folders, or keywords. Unlike many other mobile productivity apps, Projectbook does not require an Internet connection, enhancing productivity without subscriptions, server downtime, or connectivity difficulties.
WHEN: October 11, 2012, 9:00 AM CST, the free Update 1.1 goes live in the App Store. Promotion: One week October 11 - October 18 Projectbook will be available at a special promotional price of $1.99, normally $6.99.
WHERE: Projectbook 1.1 is compatible with all models of iPad 2 and the new iPad in the iPad productivity category in the App Store.
Theory.io connects the things you need to do with the information that gets them done. Theory.io specializes in productivity software for tablets, smartphones, and desktops that help people stay connected and organized to notes and tasks, without having to depend on subscriptions or Internet connections. For more than two decades, Theory.io founder, Peter Tamte, has built companies such as Destineer, held executive roles at Apple and Bungie, and developed top-selling consumer software for Apple® products such as MacSoft.Theory.io is a privately held corporation based in Minneapolis, MN. Theory.io's first app, Projectbook, launched August 1, 2012. Projectbook's first day it became #9 best-selling paid iPad app, and by the next day and climbed to the #4 spot. In Projectbook's first week it became #1 best-selling iPad productivity app. For more information visit http://www.theory.io.