REAL Software Announces Plans to Support Mac OS X on Intel Processors

AUSTIN, Texas, USA (June 7, 2005) – REAL Software announced today that
REALbasic will add support for Mac OS X on Intel processors. Apple Computer
recently announced plans to transition the Macintosh product line to Intel

“Since REALbasic is cross-platform by design,” stated Geoff Perlman,
president and CEO of REAL Software. “REALbasic users will have the fastest,
easiest transition to Mac OS X on Intel. Most applications will require
nothing but a simple re-compile, with no code changes at all. REALbasic is
cross-platform that really works.”

REALbasic’s cross-platform compiler has supported the Intel processor since
1999, before Mac OS X was released. This mature and robust Intel compiler
will soon support the creation of Mac OS X applications, and will be
included in both REALbasic Standard and Professional Editions. REALbasic
will continue to support the creation of Macintosh applications for the
PowerPC processor.

About REALbasic
REALbasic is a full-featured software design environment easily suited to
creating all kinds of applications, from utilities to enterprise-class
applications. REALbasic is available now starting at $99.95 direct from REAL
Software, Fry’s and other software retailers. REALbasic Professional
Edition, required for cross-platform deployment, starts at $399.95 and
includes extended functionality for database and team development. REALbasic
is updated every 90 days according to the company’s new Rapid Release Model

About REAL Software
REAL Software provides REALbasic, Cross-Platform That Really Works, for
people who want to create and deliver cross-platform software for Macintosh,
Windows and Linux. REALbasic is highly compatible with Visual Basic and
includes a utility to help migrate Visual Basic applications cross-platform.
REAL Software was founded in 1996 and is based in Austin, Texas. For more
information visit or call 512.328.7325.