MARK/SPACE RELEASES MAC VERSION OF FLIQ FOR BEAMING CONTACTS, PHOTOS AND
NOTES OVER A NETWORK
LOS GATOS, Calif., November 20, 2008 – Mark/Space, the creators of the
award-winning Missing Sync synchronization software, announced today the
immediate release of the Mac version of Fliq, a social networking
application that lets Mac users ‘fliq’, or ‘beam’, contacts, photos and
notes with other Fliq users on the same network.
Following the success of Fliq for the iPhone, Mark/Space has created Fliq
for the Mac, featuring added capabilities for sending and receiving notes
and memos over a network. The Mac version of Fliq works with Address Book
and iPhoto to allow users to send and receive photos, and share contacts
with friends, co-workers and family members.
There are even more cool features in the Mac version of Fliq, such as the
ability to drag text and image files from the desktop and drop them
directly into the Fliq window. That’s all it takes to send something easily
and quickly to another Fliq user.
And, Fliq for the Mac works seamlessly with the iPhone and iPod touch
version of Fliq for sharing contacts and photos.
Coming soon: The Windows version of Fliq will let PC users share photos,
contacts and notes between Mac, iPhone, iPod touch and other PC Fliq users.
Pricing and Availability
The Mac version of Fliq is available now as an electronic download from the
Mark/Space online store for $19.95. Mac users who already own a copy of The
Missing Sync for iPhone can purchase Fliq for the special price of $9.95.
To learn more about Fliq, and to download a free 7-day trial, please visit
Fliq for iPhone and iPod touch is available free worldwide from Apple’s App
Store or at www.itunes.com/appstore/
ABOUT MARK/SPACE, INC.
Founded in 1990, Mark/Space, Inc., the sync experts, www.markspace.com,
develops and markets mobile and wireless software, including Fliq,
SyncTogether and the award-winning Missing Sync products that connect Mac
and Windows computers to mobile devices and smart phones from Apple, HP,
HTC, i-mate, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, RIM, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson, and