October 22nd, 2006 by Keith

Scrybe Beta – To Launch in October

Posted in Linux, Mac OS, Site News, Solaris, Web Apps, Windows


Recently, there has been on-going news about Scrybe that is expected to be launched in October, this month. What on earth is this new product, that has been catching a lot of attention, particularly in Digg.

Simply, ScrybeTM is an online organiser that caters to the need of users’ everyday lifestyle in a cohesive and intuitive manner. Some of these features include:

  • * Seamless offline access – without any installations
  • * Rich and fast like a desktop
  • * Intuitive zoomable calendar views
  • * Organize your thoughts with bookmarks, web snippets, images and files
  • * To-do lists integrated with your calendar
  • * Share and collaborate with friends and co-workers
  • * Elegant, compact and handy print formats
  • * Easily work across multiple timezones
  • * Import and export from other apps easily. Your data is yours!

Alright, as mentioned above, this is an online organiser, so it is not something you will need download. At of now, it is open to invitation, and to sign up for the Beta invitation, go to this site and enter your email address. An email will be sent to you once the first public beta is available.

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