PocketMac

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PocketMac Software is a small software developer and publisher that produces software primarily for Macintosh-based systems. The company, founded in 2000, is run by two brothers, Terence Goggin and Tim Goggin. It is headquartered in San Diego, CA

History[edit]

One of their best known products, PocketMac Pro was released in 2002. It was the first software developed that was able to sync Pocket PCs to Mac computers [1]

In 2006, Research In Motion licensed PocketMac for BlackBerry and started offering it as a free download. This license remained in place until 2009.

Products[edit]

Software[edit]

2002- PocketMac Pro

2004- PocketMac for Blackberry[2]

2004- iPod addition[3] offering PDA-capabilities for both Mac- and Windows-based iPod users.

2005- PocketMac Lite - a lite version of PocketMac Pro, ppcTunes, a Windows utility to sync iTunes to Pocket PCs, iCalPrinter, a utility to print iCal appointments like Entourage.

2008- PocketMac for iPhones[4]

2008- Ringtone Studio for iPhone and Blackberry

2010- PlayNice Syncs between Mac and PC

iPhone Apps/Games[edit]

2009- Shivering Kittens - a tetris-like game[5]

2009- Puzzlicious - a jigsaw puzzle game

2009- Rock Paper Airplane - 50's based paper airplane flight simulator[6]

2010- Uniformity -an app to help Navy sailors build their uniform[7]

External links[edit]

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