ThinkFree Announces Power Tool for Mac
Users Will Benefit from the Proven Performance and Ease of Use Previously Only Available for the Windows Operating System.
We today announced ThinkFree Power Tool for the Mac operating system. The Power Tool is a freeware application that synchronizes documents located on a desktop with ThinkFree's MyOffice platform - a service component of ThinkFree Online.
ThinkFree Power Tool for the Mac provides users with an interface similar to the look and feel of the Mac operating system. It allows for optimum levels of performance through its customizable synchronization wizard, which allows users to configure any local office applications for document editing and management.
The locally installed Power Tool for Mac enables users to edit and share documents with people without accessing Thinkfree.com, which is important for times when an Internet connection is not available. When online, the Power Tool automatically synchronizes locally edited offline documents to the ThinkFree Online site creating an office environment anywhere.
The Power Tool for Mac includes the following features:
■ Individual file uploads are provided free of charge for the first 10 MB, and are extended to 100 MB for paid subscribers.
■ The application supports five file formats free of charge (ini, ocp, exe, dll, wap and emp) while paid users can upload additional file formats beyond those associated with standard office documents.
■ Free users have a total of 1GB of storage on ThinkFree MyOffice, while paid users benefit from 2 GB of storage.
"Power Tool for Mac shows how we are engaging with the user community and meeting their needs, which includes providing critical features that maximize the usability of their online office,"
"Power Tool for Mac is another step towards making ThinkFree Office an affordable, yet powerful and easy to use suite for word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation graphics that delivers clear advantages over other online office services."
For more information about ThinkFree Power Tool for Mac, please visit: http://member.thinkfree.com/member/goAboutService.action?page=powertool