The Mac Observer

Skip navigational links

You're viewing an article in TMO's historic archive vault. Here, we've preserved the comments and how the site looked along with the article. Use this link to view the article on our current site:
Konfabulator Discounted During Macworld

TMO at MWSF - Konfabulator Discounted During Macworld

by , 2:00 PM EST, January 10th, 2005

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Pixoria announced Monday that its hit widget app Konfabulator will be on sale during Macworld San Francisco. The company will be offering Konfabulator for Mac OS X and Windows for US$19.95 at the company's Web site from January 10th through the 14th.

Konfabulator is a software engine that runs small sub-applications called Widgets. Each widget runs in its own window, and offers a small footprint in terms of both screen real estate and system resources.

A large third-party developer community has created a host of Widgets for Konfabulator. Weather, shipping tracking, calendars, IRC clients, stock tickers, news readers, and a huge assortment of other Widgets have been released for the product.

Konfabulator is regularly priced at US$25. You can find more information for the app at Pixoria's Konfabulator Web site.

Recent Headlines - Updated August 1st

Thu,9:43 PM
U.S. Appeals Court Rules Microsoft Must Turn Over Email Hosted in Ireland
8:27 PM
T-Mobile Q2 Earnings Suggest Uncarrier Model Works
7:41 PM
That Time the iPhone Owner Punched His Mugger in the Face
5:52 PM
The Productive Design Mac Bundle: $39.99
3:05 PM
Basic Tips for Using the Dock and Trash in OS X
1:54 PM
TMO Daily Observations: 2014-07-31
11:18 AM
Russia to Apple: All Your Code Are Belong to Us
10:15 AM
Shazam Song Recognition Comes to the Mac
9:06 AM
Get Ready for 1Password Everywhere in iOS 8
Wed,11:45 PM
ACM 265: Ford goes iPhone and Facebook’s App Breakup
8:25 PM
Brett Domino Explains Pop Music’s Formula
7:03 PM
New iPhones: Now With Less Sapphire
  • __________
  • Buy Stuff, Support TMO!
  • Podcast: Mac Geek Gab
  • Podcast: Apple Weekly Report
  • TMO on Twitter!