New StickyBrain 3 Adds iPod Support; New Interface

Software maker Chronos LC announced Thursday the release of StickyBrain 3, its third generation note manager for Mac OS X.

The application has been completely rewritten in Cocoa and comes with a new interface fashioned after Mac OS X Mail so organizing notes into folders and sub-folders is more intuitive.

The company said StickyBrain 3 is built around a commercial database engine and features iPod synchronization with support for breaking long notes into multiple linked parts.

Other features include Safari-like tabs, a FlashNote menu bar tool, fast searching, a new Web page grabber, the ability to email notes, an alarm viewer, full Unicode 4.0 support, calendars in 5 different sizes, rich text, basic Microsoft Word, HTML, and Apple Stickies importing, note sorting in 10 different fields, and more.

A fully functional 30 day trial version can be downloaded from Chronosi web site. StickyBrain requires Mac OS X v10.3 and is priced at US$40 for new users. Registered StickyBrain 1.x and 2.x customers can upgrade for $25.