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Wonder Warp Unveils ShoveBox

Wonder Warp Unveils ShoveBox

by , 11:40 AM EDT, August 6th, 2007

Wonder Warp Software announced the immediate availability of ShoveBox 1.0 on Monday. ShoveBox is a Mac OS X-based application that helps users track and organize information and documents stored on their computer.

ShoveBox supports text, images, urls, and PDF documents, and user defined rules for managing and sorting information. It also includes a QuickJot feature that lets users enter text to be added to ShoveBox without leaving the application they are currently using.

ShoveBox is available for download at the Wonder Warp Software Web site, and is priced at US$24.95.

  

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