Gothenburg, SWEDEN (PRWEB) October 10, 2006
Today we introduced Calimanjaro, a new Windows calendar software with special focus on visualizing time. By extending the usual day, week and month views with a powerful year view, Calimanjaro will not only expand the view of time but also turn regular people into time-planning experts.
"What Calimanjaro is trying to do is to fill a huge gap between simple calendar softwares and expensive large-scale planning tools for the industry," said Reine Säljö, Calimanjaro's architect. "To be able to plan the future you must be able to see it and for that the standard month view is simply not enough. In Calimanjaro you will be able to show everything from a single day up to 24 months, on screen and on paper."
By supporting the growing iCalendar standard, Calimanjaro will work seamlessly with softwares like Apple iCal, Google Calendar, and upcoming Microsoft Office 2007. It also means there are thousands of calendars on the Internet today available for subscription in areas such as holidays, sport events, movie releases, to name a few. Calimanjaro also makes it possible to publish own calendars, expanding the iCalendar community, both on the Internet or more securely, on the local network.
Calimanjaro is a full featured calendar client with a sortable To Do list, advanced WYSIWYG printing, statistics, time zones, (European) week numbers, and fast searching and filtering. It also have all the standard functions as private and secure data storage, automatic backups, reminders, drag and drop, unlimited undo and redo, etc.
Availability and Pricing
Calimanjaro is now available from the homepage for US $19.95. A 30-day fully functional evaluation version is also available for download. Calimanjaro requires Windows 2000 or Windows XP and 6.1 MB of hard disc space.
Calimanjaro is a company focusing on developing time management solutions based on the iCalendar standard. The goal is to deliver smart and beautiful applications with quality in all details. The company has its roots in the highly appreciated TimeCalendar project started in the year 2000.