New York — September 11, 2006 — Freeverse today announced that it
has published Lineform, a feature-rich vector drawing application for
Mac OS X. With a powerful toolset, intuitive user interface, and the
speed of a Universal application on Intel and PowerPC Macs, Lineform
is the ideal program for creating everything from simple logos to
complex designs.

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Comparing the features of Lineform with other programs up to five
times its price, Lineform’s value becomes amazingly clear. Bezier
editing, Freeflow text, Gradients, CMYK preview, and a host of other
options set it apart from the competition. Anyone looking for a less
costly, easier to use, and Intel-native alternative will be thrilled
with Lineform.

Freeverse has also announced a special free preview of Lineform. From
now until October 7th, images created during the trial period will be
watermark-free. Lineform is ready for production level work.

Created by Will Thimbleby, Lineform is a recipient of a 2006 Apple
Design Award recognizing technical excellence and outstanding
achievement. It represents the creativity and elegance of the very
best Mac OS X software.

Ian Lynch Smith, President of Freeverse has said, “We’re committed to
building an outstanding catalog of Mac applications and Lineform fits
right in with the quality level of Comic Life Deluxe, Sound Studio,
and BumperCar. These programs serve very different audiences, but
each one is the epitome of a great Mac app. Lineform is simply a
brilliant piece of work.”

Will Thimbleby has said, “I’m thrilled to be working with the great
team at Freeverse to expand the audience for Lineform.”

Lineform is priced at $79.95, and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.
It is available now at:

A retail version will be available in stores later this Fall.

About Freeverse:
Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a
particular concentration on the Mac OS. Our developed and published
titles have been honored with more Apple Design Awards than any other
company. Headquartered in New York City, Freeverse draws upon the
talents of artists, programmers, and sound designers from around the