Falls Church, VA – August 2, 2006 – Happy Apps has released
WebnoteHappy 1.2, an update to its bookmark manager with integrated
note taking and tagging for Mac OS X. WebnoteHappy 1.2 adds the
ability to integrate with your del.icio.us account, periodically
synchronizing changes made via the del.icio.us web interface and
changes made to webnotes on the desktop. It also adds hot key support
for Firefox and Shiira. You can now create clickable hyperlinks
within webnotes, edit all fields of a webnote, and choose whether new
webnotes should be shared publicly via del.icio.us, saved privately
to del.icio.us or kept local.

WebnoteHappy is a bookmark manager that helps you organize and
remember the web pages that matter to you. Each web page can be
personalized with notes and tags as you bookmark it, creating a
“webnote”. The fast integrated search makes it easy to find your
webnotes again. Organize your webnotes with folders and smart
folders, and work with your del.icio.us bookmarks right on your

WebnoteHappy is browser-independent, so you can create webnotes from
within any browser on Mac OS X via the global hot key or bookmarklet.
Tag and add notes to your existing bookmarks by importing them from
Safari, Firefox, or OmniWeb. WebnoteHappy also interoperates with
NetNewsWire, letting you tag and add notes to items in RSS feeds.

WebnoteHappy 1.2 requires a Mac with Mac OS X 10.4 and higher and is
available as a Universal Binary. It is a free upgrade for existing
customers. New licenses can be purchased for $24.95. A 30 day trial
of WebnoteHappy 1.2 can be downloaded from

Happy Apps is focused on making Mac users happy, one app at a time.