MarsEdit 2 Released With Flickr Support, Redesigned User Interface
Somerville, MA. September 4, 2007 (Permalink)
Red Sweater Software announced today the release and immediate availability of MarsEdit 2, a major upgrade to the popular weblog publishing software for Mac OS X. MarsEdit 2 features a redesigned user interface, brand-new Flickr photo integration, and powerful new post-editing macros.
“MarsEdit is indispensable for me,” said Guy Kawasaki, co-founder of Truemors.com and noted Mac evangelist. “Every blog entry in ‘How to Change the World’ is written with it, and I use it to manage Truemors. This is a terrific update to an already terrific product.”
Bloggers appreciate MarsEdit’s ability to manage one or more weblogs from the comfort of the Mac desktop. MarsEdit 2 expands on that functionality by adding features without complicating the interface.
“I am extremely pleased with how MarsEdit 2 has turned out,” said Daniel Jalkut, founder of Red Sweater Software. “The familiar Mac interface makes weblog management fast and simple, which has always been the primary goal. With new support for adding categories and editing URL slugs, my customers will rarely need to open a web browser to edit posts.”
“MarsEdit 2 provides quick access to your Flickr stream, and makes adding photos to your blog as easy as a drag-and-drop,” said Fraser Speirs, developer of the popular FlickrExport iPhoto plugin. “For any blogger who uses Flickr, MarsEdit 2 is clearly the blog client of choice.”
For a summary of features added to MarsEdit 2, please visit the following URL:
Pricing and Availability
A free 30-day trial of the software is available for download from MarsEdit’s home page:
MarsEdit 2 is available today for $29.95 (US). Existing MarsEdit customers may upgrade to MarsEdit 2 for $9.95 (US). Customers who purchased MarsEdit on or after July 1, 2007 are entitled to a free upgrade. For more information, please visit the Red Sweater Store:
MarsEdit requires Mac OS X 10.4.
About Red Sweater Software
Red Sweater Software is a privately held company, founded in 2000 by Daniel Jalkut. The company is devoted to enhancing the productivity and creativity of its customers.
MarsEdit is a trademark of Red Sweater Software. Flickr is a trademark of Yahoo! Inc., and is used for informational purposes only.