StickyBrain 2.0.2 Gets Safari Support

Chronos LC has released a full update for StickyBrain, bringing it to 2.0.2. StickyBrain expands the standard Mac Stickies note utility. The update adds Safari support and other enhancements. According to Chronos LC:

Chronos LC today released StickyBrain 2.0.2, an upgrade to its flexible information management software.

StickyBrain is a replacement for the Stickies application that comes with all Macintosh computers. It includes a full-featured word processor and can be used to write letters, keep to-do lists, remember phone numbers, e-mail addresses and internet passwords. It can remind users of upcoming appointments and when they need to pay their bills. It can even tell you how many pecks are in a bushel.

The upgrade includes improved integration with the Safari Web browser, full double-byte text support for international languages and several other improvements and bug fixes.

You can find more information about the StickyBrain update at the Chronos LC Web site. The StickyBrain update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$34.99.