Aspire life-goal planning software released

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Unifiq has announced the release of Aspire 1.0, its life planning software for Mac OS X. It costs $25 for a single-user license, and a demo version is available for download.

Aspire provides a workspace that lets you brainstorm, prioritize goals, review and refine them, track and help improve your plans. Unifiq has developed Aspire to help people “look at the big picture and keep all their priorities in balance.” It’s not designed as a daily task manager as much as a goals manager.

This marks Aspire’s general release; the software first made its debut as a public preview in November, 2008.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.5 or later and 3.4MB hard disk space.

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