Chronos has announced the forthcoming release of PrintLife, which offers a way to create print projects on Mac OS X.
“PrintLife is nothing like other printing software products of the past,” says Robert McCullough, vice president of Sales at Chronos. “Gone are the cheesy clipart graphics and corny templates. PrintLife makes it easy to create stunning projects with the beautiful included artwork and templates.”
Through June 13, PrintLife is available for pre-order at a 50% discount. Users simply need to enter “print2013” when checking out to take advantage of this special offer. PrintLife will be released on July 5.
He says PrintLife has a project for every occasion including greeting cards, collages, labels, letterhead, gift tags, contact summaries, certificates, photo pages, CD labels, raffle tickets, fax covers, activity lists, flyers, postcards, jewel cases, file folder tabs, invoices, activity summaries, invitations, posters, envelopes, name badges, contact lists, and menus. The artwork collection is over 7.6 GB in size . The collection includes 145 kits (called “iScrapKits”) containing over 5,100 graphics. All of the artwork has a resolution of 300 dpi.
PrintLife comes with 150-plus pre-designed templates. It supports 3,200-plus stocks including those from Avery, PaperDirect, NEATO, DYMO, APLI, and Formtec, as well as popular paper and envelope sizes.
PrintLife has been priced at $49.99 and is available directly from Chronos (www.chronosnet.com). A family pack is also available for $89.99. Users can pre-order PrintLife for 50% off these prices for a limited time as described above.