Pocket Sevens announced Wednesday a new Mac app called Conspire, a collaborative whiteboard solution that allows users to connect to other Conspire users and share their whiteboard session. Users can draw, erase, add, and edit text to their whiteboard space, with those changes showing on every user's whiteboard.
Conspire features pens with six different colors and three different widths, as well as an eraser and a text tool. The company has set up Conspire to act as both client and server, meaning that every user can either join or host a whiteboard session.
The software requires either Leopard or Snow Leopard, and is priced at $29 per client.