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New app iBox was released by company "TopLineSoft Systems" this week. App iBox is a bundle of several apps. Each app implements high demand functionality. The bundle contains the following
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    Default Just released App "iBox" bundles best Mac tools together


    New app iBox was released by company "TopLineSoft Systems" this week. App iBox is a bundle of several apps. Each app implements high demand functionality. The bundle contains the following apps:
    • iDisk (Disk Space Visualization).
    • iDouble (Duplicate Finder).
    • iWiFi (WiFi Explorer).

    The apps of the bundle not only cover the needs of wide Mac audience but every app also offers huge number of features equal to the size of feature lists found only in the best among similar apps from other software vendors. iBox is an extremely lucrative deal for Mac app buyers who would get single bundle containing diverse and feature-rich set of apps instead of searching for each app individually.

    We plan to add more apps in next updates. User's feedback and suggestions will be considered when deciding what apps to add to the bundle. Top priority will be given to the apps providing high demand functionality to keep the bundle useful for the large share of Mac user base. Update are going to be free which means that current iBox users would get new apps in updates at no cost. Our goal is to turn iBox into the Swiss-knife kind of app where every Mac user can find what he needs.

    We believe that multi-app bundles are the future of the app industry. Such bundles provide the best value to the user offering maximum functionality per dollar spent and also saving users from the burden to search vast amounts of apps in attempt to find the best app for each task separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleDragon View Post


    New app iBox was released by company "TopLineSoft Systems" this week. App iBox is a bundle of several apps. Each app implements high demand functionality. The bundle contains the following apps:
    • iDisk (Disk Space Visualization).
    • iDouble (Duplicate Finder).
    • iWiFi (WiFi Explorer).

    The apps of the bundle not only cover the needs of wide Mac audience but every app also offers huge number of features equal to the size of feature lists found only in the best among similar apps from other software vendors. iBox is an extremely lucrative deal for Mac app buyers who would get single bundle containing diverse and feature-rich set of apps instead of searching for each app individually.

    We plan to add more apps in next updates. User's feedback and suggestions will be considered when deciding what apps to add to the bundle. Top priority will be given to the apps providing high demand functionality to keep the bundle useful for the large share of Mac user base. Update are going to be free which means that current iBox users would get new apps in updates at no cost. Our goal is to turn iBox into the Swiss-knife kind of app where every Mac user can find what he needs.

    We believe that multi-app bundles are the future of the app industry. Such bundles provide the best value to the user offering maximum functionality per dollar spent and also saving users from the burden to search vast amounts of apps in attempt to find the best app for each task separately.


    nice ifo dude..

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