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Long-awaited Organizer 2 on sale with iCal import and export support

Published: 25th Apr 2009, 14:10:42 | Permalink | Printable

Version 2 of popular RISC OS life-management software Organizer is to be released on April 29 and will feature support for importing and exporting iCal files, plus a completely overhauled to-do list manager. The program will now be compatible with applications including Apple's iCal Microsoft's Outlook, Mozilla Sunbird and the online Google Calendar, according to publisher Nigel Willmott. Programmer Martin Avison has also given Organizer a new slimline user interface although the old filofax-look can be brought back at the user's discretion.

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This is great :) this is such a great useful app and indeed many PC owners who have seen this running on my Iyonix want something similar in its ease of use, simplicity and price. Despite its age its really still does do what I want it to do. Thanks to the new team who are pushing it forward. I will certainly order my upgrade before wednesday :)

 is a RISC OS UserHairy on 25/4/09 11:33PM
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I for one will up upgrading when it is realeased later on this month. Excellant app. Nice to see it being developed once again.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 26/4/09 12:36AM
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Good news. A superb and easy to use app.

The launch price mentions 15UKP and 12UKP - anyone know the difference?

 is a RISC OS Usersocris on 26/4/09 6:34PM
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I think the £12 is or registered users, with £15 being for everyone else.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 26/4/09 8:15PM
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It'll cost 15 quid for non-registered users, or 12 quid for registered user, as I understand it.

 is a RISC OS Userdiomus on 26/4/09 8:18PM
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Anxiously checking for the update today :)

 is a RISC OS UserHairy on 29/4/09 11:43AM
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My cheque (as a new user) is going in the post later today.

 is a RISC OS Usermartin on 1/5/09 9:05AM
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