has released a calendar and scheduling application for Mac OS X called DayChaser.
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Like iCal, DayChaser enables users to manage multiple calendars. DayChaser implements a design concept called “Calendar Documents” — discrete files that can be used to keep track of appointments, events, memos and executable tasks. Information can be exchanged between the calendars, and multiple Calendar Documents can be manipulated at the same time.
DayChaser automatically reminds you of pending events by displaying alerts or by e-mail. You can customize DayChaser’s display with toolbar info, categories, entries, filters and calendar views — Calendar documents can be viewed by year, month, week, day or through an outline view.
You can also individualize your calendars with different colors, fonts, styles and other custom changes. You can group similar entries together by adding categories, then use the filter to focus on specific entries.
At a time when Apple is offering iCal for free, why download and pay for DayChaser? Econ marketing director Joseph Japes said that it’s about choice. “The more choice available, the better it is for Mac users,” he said.
DayChaser integrates with Mac OS X 10.2’s Address Book application, and works on prior versions of OS X as well. DayChaser costs US$20. Visit the Econ Technologies Web site for details.