A StickyBrain Is A Good Brain

Chronos has updated their information organizer utility, StickyBrain, to version 1.2.1. StickyBrain functions as Stickies on steroids, allowing users to store a wide variety of information, including text, pictures, links, and more, in an easily accessible central location. According to Chronos:

Chronos LC today posted StickyBrain 1.2.1, an update to the popular personal productivity application. StickyBrain is the ultimate information storehouse; it incorporates a "sticky note" interface to compile and sort almost any type of information including text, pictures, sounds, file/application links, contacts, web and e-mail addresses, internet passwords, etc. StickyBrain is currently available as a carbon application for Mac OS X and as a classic application for Mac OS 8.1 or later.

Version 1.2.1 fixes a number of problems when running StickyBrain under Mac OS X. It also enhances the operation of several key features. The Find function now searches the title of a sticky in addition to the sticky text itself. The built-in spell checker now correctly handles phrases with words joined by hyphens, en- and em- dashes, etc. Overall application launch speed has also been improved, especially when a lot of stickies must be opened.

StickyBrain is available for US$34.99. You can find more information at the Chronos Web site.

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