San Francisco, CA – May 18, 2006 – SmileOnMyMac released DiscLabel 3.2,
with new options for viewing and printing multiple elements of a design
project. The update also features import of PDF booklets, such as those
purchased in iTunes, and speedier importing of photos from iPhoto.

Download DiscLabel 3.2 here:

What’s new in DiscLabel 3.2:
– Designs can have multiple design elements of the same kind, enabling
designs with double-albums and multi-page booklets
– Media view shows each element of a design, making it easier to apply
specific elements to label sheets
– “Import PDF Booklet” command allows you to import a Digital booklet, such
as those purchased in iTunes
– Improved speed when importing photos from iPhoto
– Bleeds no longer print over labels that share a border

DiscLabel features:
– Start with a pre-designed template, or make your own
– Import track lists from iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD, Finder, and Toast
– Import images from iTunes, iPhoto, and Finder and create montages
– Print to a wide array of label and paper types
– Use with direct-to-CD printers and printable CDs / DVDs
– Use with LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling
– Purchase high-quality labels & supplies directly from the disclabel Store
– Download additional templates via the Internet
– Include (and edit!) multi-line text laid out in a circle
– Automate label creation with AppleScript
– Available in English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French

– Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and later

$29.95 (1-4 copies), $26.95 (5-9 copies), $23.95 (10-99 copies)
DiscLabel Single Site License: $1750
DiscLabel Worldwide Site License: $3750
Upgrades from DiscLabel 3.0: FREE
Upgrades from DiscLabel 2.X purchased on or after 2005-Sep-01: FREE
Upgrades from any DiscLabel purchased before 2005-Sep-01: $15

For more information on DiscLabel, please visit:

SmileOnMyMac makes creative productivity software, such as DiscLabel, the
Macworld Eddy award-winning CD label design program; PageSender,
feature-rich fax software that also received an Eddy; BrowseBack, the
visual web history tool that won Best of Show at Macworld 2006; and PDFpen,
the PDF editing tool that garnered 4 mice from Macworld. All SmileOnMyMac
products are available to download free at (