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Marketcircle Issues Beta 2 of Daylite3

Marketcircle Issues Beta 2 of Daylite3

by , 4:30 PM EST, February 1st, 2006

Marketcircle on Wednesday released its second Beta for its personal information management (PIM) software Daylite3, which is a Universal Binary that runs on Intel and PowerPC Macs. In addition to fixing more than 50 bugs found in the previous release, this Beta includes over 25 new features, including Apple iCal importing, Palm synching capabilities and more.

Anyone who purchased Daylite after Dec. 1, 2005 will be able to upgrade to the new version for free. Upgrades for other customers will be US$79 per seat, with special $59 pricing available through Feb. 28. New customers will need to spend $149 per seat.

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