Vienna, Austria – Incredible Bee today released Thoughts 1.2.0, a major update to its note taking and text editing tool. Designed by Apple Design Award Winner Dietmar Kerschner, Thoughts lets users organize documents, thoughts, notes, lists and images in a virtual bookshelf. Thoughts was recently acquired by Incredible Bee to fit in with its portfolio of apps. This update shipped with major bug fixes and adds support for Macs with Retina Displays, as well as support for newer Mac OS X versions.

Under a new flag:
“We acquired Thoughts from green&slimy back in December 2013,” says Ramon Huidobro, Chief Software Officer at Incredible Bee. “We feel that the app fits in perfectly with the rest of our app portfolio.”

A fresh new take:
“With Thoughts, we saw a great opportunity to build upon a well-received app,” the Chief Software Officer continues. “We want to breathe new life into Thoughts and provide further improvements.”

Keeping your thoughts organized:
Thoughts enables users to keep journals, manage collections, create TODO lists, get things done, write novels, keep notes from meetings, create personal wikis, write blogs, and has several other uses.

* Text styling
* Table organization
* Hyperlinking
* Document organization in a virtual shelf
* Document import and export

Minimum Requirements:
* OS X Versions 10.8 or higher
* 17.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Thoughts is $19.99 (USD) and available as a free download from the Thoughts website. It runs initially in a 14-day trial mode with all features active. Thoughts is also available on the Mac App Store in the Productivity Category.

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Located in Vienna, Austria, Incredible Bee Ltd. is a software company founded in 2006 by a group of Mac enthusiasts. The Incredible Bee team focuses exclusively on developing utility applications for Mac OS X designed to save valuable time while being enjoyable and easy to use. The current portfolio includes a) iArchiver, an archiving and file compression utility, b) iCombiner, a tool to combine images and PDF files into single PDF documents, c) Renamer4Mac, a batch file renamer, d) ResizeMe, a batch image editor that resizes, scales, rotates and flips images, and e) Dragoman, a batch file converter for image, music and archive files. All Material and Software (C) 2006-2008 Dare to be Creative Ltd. / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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