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Calendar X, MoosePad X Go Universal

Calendar X, MoosePad X Go Universal

by , 8:15 AM EST, January 27th, 2006

WunderMoosen announced the immediate availability of Universal Binary versions of Calendar X and MoosePad X on Thursday. In addition to support for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, Calendar X 10.2.7 also received interface and bug fixes. MoosePad X 10.3.1 adds new page linking features, an improved database, new navigation tools, and more. Both applications are available for download at the WunderMoosen Web site. Calendar X 10.2.7 is priced at US$28, and MoosePad X 10.3.1 costs $18.

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