|Chronos Announces Labelist 9|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chronos Announces Labelist 9
Heber City, Utah - July 16, 2015 -- Chronos Inc. today announced Labelist™ 9, a major upgrade to its #1 best-selling label-making software for OS X. Labelist 9 adds two all-new media browsers for integrating with Apple's iTunes and Photos applications. These new features make it easier than ever to add song titles, album cover art, and photos to labels of all kinds. According to Robert McCullough, V.P. of Development at Chronos, "Labelist 9 is not only the fastest, easiest way to create standard mailing and shipping labels, it's also the best way to create CD/DVD labels, jewel cases, and more."
Labelist is the #1 label software for Mac and includes everything needed to design and print professional labels, envelopes, and letterhead. It comes with a) hundreds of templates; b) a stunning collection of matching label, envelope, and letterhead sets; c) 100+ super-masks; and d) an amazing collection of artwork. Labelist is compatible with over 2,500 popular label, DVD/CD label, and envelope stocks including those from Avery®, PaperDirect®, DYMO®, APLI, Formtec and more.
AVAILABILITY & REQUIREMENTS
Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day trial version can be downloaded from Chronos' web site at <www.chronosnet.com>. Labelist has been attractively priced at $39.99 and is available directly from Chronos. A family pack is also available for $69.99.
Registered customers of SOHO Labels 1.x to 6.x or Labelist 7.x to 8.x can upgrade to version 9 for $25. See the website for family pack upgrade pricing. Customers who purchased Labelist 8.x after May 10, 2015, can upgrade to Labelist 9 for FREE.
Labelist requires Mac OS X v10.10 or later; 200MB of available disk space (1.7GB for entire INCLUDED artwork collection); inkjet or laser printer optional (great results from popular inkjet, laser, color laser printers including DYMO, Seiko, Brother, HP, Epson, Canon, Lexmark, et cetera).
Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since 1993.