NOTE: This website is obsolete. Nakahara Informatics, Inc. is no longer operational. This website has been preserved for historical interest, essentially as it appeared at the time of the last update (October 22, 2008), and the software available on this website may be used for free. However, there is no warranty of any kind, and these apps no longer work on modern OS X systems. Therefore, this may not be useful, except to historians and tinkerers resurrecting legacy systems.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ITHACA, New York — May 12, 2008 — Nakahara Informatics, Inc. today announced the release of iGet Mobile™ 2.0, the next generation of the company's remote Mac access software for iPhone, iPod Touch and other web-capable devices.
iGet Mobile gives Mac users a personal web interface to access their documents remotely, with a special emphasis on making various types of data more accessible on small-form-factor devices.
Version 2.0 sports new iPhone-specific features in the web interface, an improved web server component, a completely redesigned user interface for the Mac application, and many other enhancements. Automatic network configuration is also improved, making it easy for most Mac users to make their personal servers accessible from the Internet without requiring networking expertise.
"It's just cool," said one user who participated in the beta test. "Instead of 8GB, it's like having a 500GB iPhone, because everything on my iMac at home is basically always in my pocket."
"We're tremendously excited about this release," said CEO Christopher Martin. "The iPhone is certainly the most interesting new platform in a decade, and it's been a catalyst for innovation. Last year, we released iGet Mobile 1.0 in record time, due to insistent demand from customers who wanted a solution for accessing the Mac from the iPhone as soon as we could possibly deliver it. Now, with this second major release, we've not only been able to add new features, but have also added a lot more polish in terms of how the application looks and behaves. So we're very pleased to make this release available as a free upgrade for all our customers."
iGet Mobile not only allows users to browse their Macs remotely, but can also perform on-the-fly document conversions that make many common Mac file types more compatible with mobile devices. This means that a 50MB high-resolution Photoshop image file can be reduced in size and converted to a standard image format, or that a rich-text RTFD document can be instantly converted to PDF format, before being viewed on an iPhone.
While designed with the iPhone specifically in mind, iGet Mobile allows users to access their Macs from "any decently web-capable device", Martin added.
iGet Mobile 2.0 is available immediately from the company's web site:
The software will run in full-featured demo mode, allowing users to try out all of its features before purchasing a license.
iGet Mobile was designed from the ground up using the latest Apple technologies, and it requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. It will run on any Mac that supports this version of the OS.
iGet Mobile 2.0 is available immediately from the company's web site, at www.nakahara-informatics.com. Regularly priced at $39, the software is currently available for the special promotional price of only $29, for a limited time.
For more information, please visit the company's Web site at www.nakahara-informatics.com, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (888) 550-0505.
Nakahara Informatics is a technical consulting and software development firm serving clients in Japan, South Korea, Europe, and the United States. The company jump-started its line of Mac OS X application software in 2007 by acquiring iGet, the Mac file transfer tool, and quickly followed up with the award-winning version of that software for the iPhone, iGet Mobile. Nakahara Informatics, Inc. is a privately-held Delaware corporation.Press Contact:
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