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Disco 1.0 Supports Disc Spanning, File Tracking

Disco 1.0 Supports Disc Spanning, File Tracking

by , 11:05 AM EST, February 12th, 2007

DiscoApp.com announced the immediate availability of the CD and DVD burning app, Disco 1.0, on Monday. Disco offers a simple interface that lets you span large files across multiple discs, create multi-session discs, track and catalog the files on your CDs and DVDs, monitors your Mac's sudden motion sensor to help prevent wasted discs, and more. Disco 1.0 is available for download a the DiscoApp.com Web site, and is priced at US$14.95.

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