Chronos Releases SOHO Business Cards 1.3 With Tiger Compatibility

Park City, Utah – April 29, 2005 — Chronos LC today announced the release
of SOHO Business Cards 1.3, the fastest and easiest way to create stunning
business cards on Mac OS X. This new release adds compatibility for Mac OS
X v10.4 “Tiger”. SOHO Business Cards 1.3 is a free update for registered
users and is available immediately.


SOHO Business Cards 1.3 adds compatibility for Mac OS X v.10.4 “Tiger”,
Apple’s newest operating system release that will hit store shelves today.
SOHO Business Cards 1.3 will run under both Mac OS 10.2, 10.3, and 10.4 and
is available for immediate download.


Significant improvements have been to SOHO Business Cards to give it a
consistent look and feel with other products in the SOHO Series. The
built-in clip art browser has been improved in terms of speed and
reliability. A number of other minor bug fixes are also included in this


SOHO Business Cards is a complete business card kit and includes everything
the user needs to design and print impressive business cards. It comes with
a) 13,000+ designer-quality photographs, photos of objects and vector clip
art images; b) 50 Bitstream commercial-grade fonts so users can obtain the
perfect look for their branding; c) 3,000+ ready-made designs including
those with photos and artwork right up to the edge of the card (full
bleed); and d) 100+ image masks.


Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for
free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day trial version can be
downloaded from Chronos’ web site at
(( SOHO Business Cards has
been attractively priced at $29.99 and is available directly from Chronos
and popular resellers including the Apple Stores, CompUSA, MicroCenter,
Fry’s Electronics, J & R Computing, etc.

SOHO Business Cards requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later (v10.3 or later
required to use vector clip art); 30MB of available disk space (1.2GB for
full clip art collection); CD-ROM drive (software comes on multi-CD set);
inkjet or laser printer optional (great results from popular inkjet, laser,
color laser printers including HP, Epson, Canon, Lexmark, et cetera).


Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since 1993 and
is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.