Booxter Multiple Libraries For iPhone And iPod Touch

Deep Prose Software has launched Booxter 2.0.7 for Mac OS X. With Booxter users can create multiple libraries and smart lists to organize books, music, movies and comic books. The upgrade adds a new HTML export feature for iPod and iPhone touch users.

The way it works is by scanning (or taking a picture with iSight web-cam) a barcode, which is then compared to numerous online libraries and added to your collection. You can variously filter, tag and search your listed items. Booxter supports both handheld and wireless barcode scanners and iSight video cameras to add large numbers of items to a collection.

Version 2.0.7 adds a new HTML export feature for iPod and iPhone touch users so that they can view their libraries on the go with an internet connection. Booxter requires Mac OS 10.4 or Mac OS 10.5. The free version has a limit of 30 items for each library. The full version costs $49.99 USD.

All customers who purchased Booxter in 2007 will receive free updates, and all other Booxter customers will receive coupons to upgrade to the new version at a generous discount. Booxter is Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPersonal Computer and Intel Macs.

The Deep Prose web store sells USB and Bluetooth barcode scanners which complement Booxter and provide a complete integrated solution for collectors.

References:

http://prmac.com/release-id-1595.htm

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