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iList Data 3.5 Gets Intel Mac Support

iList Data 3.5 Gets Intel Mac Support

by , 10:50 AM EDT, June 14th, 2007

Lakewood Studios announced the immediate availability of iList Data 3.5 on Thursday. The updated version of the database application is Universal Binary, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs.

The new version also added support for text clipping and Web bookmark databases, support for HTML reports, added the ability to save reports to an iPod, added new database templates, revised the user interface, and more.

iList Data 3.5 is priced at US$69.95, and is available for download at the Lakewood Studios Web site. The update is free fro version 3 users.

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