Chronos Releases StickyBrain 3.6.0 With Drag & Drop Import/Export

Park City, Utah – May 31, 2005 — Chronos LC today announced the release of
StickyBrain 3.6.0, an important update to its third generation note manager
for Mac OS X. This new version adds several new features including drag and
drop importing and exporting. StickyBrain 3.6.0 is a free update for
registered users of StickyBrain 3 and is available immediately.


Moving notes into StickyBrain is now a breeze. Users can simply drag a
folder of text, rich text, Microsoft Word, or html files directly into
StickyBrain. The folder and all of the notes in the folder will
automatically be imported into StickyBrain. All sub-folders and their
contents will likewise be imported such that the original folder hierarchy
is preserved.

Likewise, users can now drag a folder of notes and sub-folders from
StickyBrain to the Finder to export the folder and its contents. All
sub-folders and their contents will likewise be exported such that the
original folder hierarchy is preserved. Drag and drop exporting requires
Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Moving notes into and out of StickyBrain is now
easier than ever.


StickyBrain 3.6.0 also contains a dozen small improvements and bug fixes.
Most notably, Palm synchronization now works reliably again under Mac OS X
10.3.x and databases that were being incorrectly flagged as invalid no
longer are.


StickyBrain is like a really big drawer–users can just throw all their
notes and other information into it, then use the powerful Note Viewer to
retrieve anything with just one click. Users can now manage their digital
notes–from reminders and alarms to pictures, URLs and text. Everything is
instantly organized and searchable. StickyBrain will help users increase
productivity, save time, and gain unprecedented control over their

The all-new StickyBrain 3 sports a new interface with Safari-like tabs; has
been completely rewritten in Cocoa; syncs to the iPod and Palm handhelds;
integrates with .Mac; is built on a rock-solid commercial database;
features best-of-class text, graphics, and links grabbing; includes
FlashNote searching; links notes to the Address Book; and much more.


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
(( StickyBrain has been
attractively priced at $39.99 and is available directly from Chronos and
popular resellers including the Apple Stores, CompUSA, MicroCenter, Fry’s
Electronics, J & R Computing, etc.

Registered StickyBrain 1.x and 2.x customers can upgrade to version 3 for
only $25. Version 3.6.0 is a free update for registered StickyBrain 3.x
users. It is available immediately for download as and updater or a full

StickyBrain requires Mac OS X v10.3 or higher; 60MB of available disk space.


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