Daylite 3.5 released with Apple sync capability for iPhone, iPod,
BlackBerry, Palm and other handheld devices, plus contextual help and
Apple road warriors rejoice! Marketcircle takes advantage of Apple’s Sync
Services to extend Daylite productivity to the palm of your hand
TORONTO ON, 21 Sept., 2007 – Daylite 3.5, the newest version of
Marketcircle Inc.’s Mac productivity management software, takes advantage
of Apple’s Sync Services to bring Daylite contacts, appointments, tasks,
and reminders to iPhone, iPod, Blackberry, Palm, Windows Mobile devices and
many popular cellphones.
Designed for the unique needs of Mac-based businesses of 1-50 people,
Daylite 3.5 is the latest version of Marketcircle’s award-winning
productivity management software and the only Mac-based productivity
management application that helps an organization at every stage of the
business cycle. From identifying and qualifying opportunities to the
delivery of projects, Daylite 3.5 is a powerful resource for tracking and
managing business activities and outcomes.
“What we’ve been able to do with Apple’s Sync Services is open up a new era
of mobile productivity to the multi-user Mac business community,” says
Alykhan Jetha, CEO of Marketcircle Inc. “With Daylite 3.5 anyone can share
business contacts and calendar items – even meetings – between Macs and
iPhones or other handheld devices. It truly brings Daylite conveniences to
the palm of your hand.”
To protect personal privacy, Daylite 3.5’s new syncing abilities allow
users to select and sync distinct contact categories (prospects and
customers, but not personal contacts, for example).
Daylite 3.5 also introduces more than 300 contextual help articles via
Apple Help designed to expose little-known, but powerful Daylite features
to more users, and to simplify the “getting started” process for new users.
In addition, Daylite 3.5 provides more than 100 enhancements including
support for international time zones, and the ability to multi-select
Daylite-enabled colleagues to set or revise appointments, tasks, projects
and opportunities. A new multi-user trash system allows everyone in a
Daylite workgroup to review or re-instate trashed items no matter who
deleted them or how. Exporting now includes tab delimited as well as .csv
To connect Daylite to regular phones, Daylite 3.5 users require iSync 2.4
or higher (in Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher). For BlackBerry devices, they
require (http://www.markspace.com/missingsync_blackberry.php) Missing Sync
for BlackBerry 1.0.1 or higher. For Palm devices, they require Missing Sync
for Palm 6.0 or higher. For Windows Mobile devices, they require
(http://www.markspace.com/missingsync_windowsmobile.php) Missing Sync for
Windows Mobile 4.0 or higher. See
(http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/isync/devices.html) Apple’s iSync
compatibility page for a complete list of supported devices.
Daylite 3.5 is a free upgrade for Daylite 3.x users. Daylite 3.5 is
included in the Daylite Productivity Suite that bundles Daylite 3 with
Marketcircle’s Daylite Mail Integration Module (DMI 2.0.5) for US $189.
Sold separately, Daylite 3.5 retails for US $149 and DMI 2.0.5 retails for
US $49. International pricing applies. New customers can try Daylite 3.5
free for 30 days at (http://www.marketcircle.com).
About Marketcircle Inc.
Marketcircle Inc., the Mac business software company, develops
award-winning business applications for Mac OS X, including Daylite
productivity management software, Daylite Mail Integration Module (DMI),
and Billings, a practical time billing and invoicing application.
Incorporated in 1999, Marketcircle Inc. is located in Toronto, Canada, with