UserCreations LLC is now shipping
Spring 1.0 for Mac OS X, a “hyper-visual, Web-inspired rethinking of the desktop.” You can download a demo from the Web site.
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Spring is built around the idea of a “concept-centric desktop,” where you apply relationships to objects by using one-click actions, rather than having to navigate myriad menus and separate applications to perform the functions you need.
Book a flight or train travel by simply clicking and dragging location to location, for example, or search Amazon productions visually using Karelia Software’s Watson Web browsing tool. You can also “introduce” people to each other by clicking and dragging their icons. There are many other functions for Spring, too — check the Web site for details.
Spring 1.0 costs $21.95. The software requires Mac OS X 10.1 or higher.