Atomic Bird Celebrates Five Years as a Mac Software Developer
October 15, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsColorado Springs, Colorado - October 15, 2007 - Atomic Bird, LLC today celebrates five years as an independent Macintosh software developer. The occasion will be marked by a five day promotion during which every fifth order will be free.
Atomic Bird made its public debut on October 15, 2002. Since then it has been making software that integrates with Mac OS X to make it just that much nicer to use, however you use it.
From Monday October 15 through Friday October 19, one out of every five software orders placed through the Atomic Bird web store will be free.
Atomic Bird's flagship product is Macaroni, a system utility which automates the Mac OS X system maintenance process, freeing users from routine maintenance tasks. Other products include the innovative MondoMouse window management tool and Chimey, a clock-chime utility for Mac OS X.
Atomic Bird web site: http://www.atomicbird.com/
Since 2002, Atomic Bird has been developing and winning awards for software that makes Macs easier and more fun to use. Our focus has always been on software that integrates with Mac OS X to make it just that much nicer to use, however you use it. Atomic Bird develops the Mac OS X automatic system maintenance utility "Macaroni" as well as mouse enhancement MondoMouse and clock-chime utility Chimey.