|iPresentee launches New Website - A Full House of Templates for iWork|
|Wednesday, 31 August 2011 12:35|
1. iPresentee debuts with templates for Apple's Pages. Brochures, business cards, calendars, envelopes, flyers, posters, newsletters and invitations - over 100 eye-catching, interesting and beautifully designed templates for Apple's Pages are ready to go. Pages templates are available in both US and ISO paper size. The bundle of Apple templates is available for $29.99 (USD).
2. iWeb themes collection gets fifteen brand new themes. The new release extends iPresentee's iWeb themes collection up to 130 themes designed for personal and business usage. Furthermore company reduced the bundle prices of iWeb Themes and iWeb Themes for Business. iWeb Themes bundle includes 90 instead of 10 themes and may be purchased for $29.99 (USD). iWeb Themes for Business bundle includes 40 instead of 10 themes and may be purchased for $29.99. Each individual iWeb theme is available for $9.99.
3. Company releases Mail Stationary bundle update. The new release retains 165 templates from the previous release and adds 60 new templates. Mail Stationery bundle includes 225 templates and may be purchased for $29.99 (USD).
All templates come with an installer package to make sure the templates end up in the right place. Each installer and template is compatible with Mac OS X Lion. iPresentee offers so many templates for iWeb, Keynote and Pages to choose from, there is something here for everyone. Samples and more information about new releases templates are available immediately at the iPresentee website.
Screenshot (Full House of templates)
Located in Vilnius, Lithuania, iPresentee company was founded in 2007 by a group of professional and enthusiastic IT designers. With a focus on the Mac platform, iPresentee' perspective goal is to create high quality, easy to use and fun add-ons for Apple's iWork and iLife applications. Copyright 2007-2011 iPresentee. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Apple Keynote are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.