SEATTLE, Washington (April 3, 2007) The PandaWare Company’s popular
Macintosh time billing application, TimeCache, has been updated, to
version 6.1.8. The free update offers a bug fix for a problem that
emerged with the release of Mac OS X 10.4.9, and another problem with
importing lists of projects with the same job numbers.

TimeCache 6.1.8 is now available for download from The PandaWare
Company’s Web site at (

PandaWare TimeCache is used by graphic designers, architects,
attorneys, photographers, corporate graphics departments, multimedia
designers, printers, and other Macintosh users in businesses that
require accurate tracking of time for billing purposes. It is used by
individual practitioners and small companies. TimeCache simplifies
tracking, reporting and billing time on projects so users can
concentrate on their main business activities.

Mac OS X users can try PandaWare TimeCache for free by downloading it
from the PandaWare Web site. TimeCache works in trial mode, allowing
users to save up to 20 days’ worth of data. Purchasing a registration
key unlocks the application for unlimited use. New licenses for
TimeCache are $50.00 USD per user. Purchasing details are available
at The PandaWare Company’s Web site:

Additional product and purchase information is available at The
PandaWare Company’s web site: (

The PandaWare Company has been producing Macintosh software since
1991. The company is best known for its TimeCache time and expense
tracking software for individuals and companies who bill clients for
project work. The company also sells DiskWrangler, a keyboard-centric
file launching and browsing application for Mac OS X, and Simple Help
Editor, a cross-platform help authoring application.