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Unifiq Releases Aspire Beta for OS X

Unifiq Releases Aspire Beta for OS X

Posted January 27, 2009 at 4:17pm by iClarified · 3886 views
Unifiq has released the first public beta of Aspire, their new life-goal planning application, exclusively for Mac OS X Leopard. It takes a unique and innovative approach, providing a visual workspace to brainstorm, prioritize, review, refine, track and help improve anyone's life goals and long-term plans.

Designed specifically for long-term planning, Aspire is an easy-to-use visual tool for defining goals, identifying obstacles, and brainstorming the solutions people need to achieve their dreams. Aspire helps people take an honest look at the big picture and keep everything in balance. Using Aspire to graphically explore and improve plans makes it easier to truly understand what it will take to accomplish them.

Aspire isn't a daily task manager, though it's a great complement to any system one might already use. Before diving into tasks, schedules and details, Aspire helps remind the user of the big picture so they spend time on what's truly important. Whatever time management system a person may use for day-to-day tasks, Aspire will give them a unique high-level view of their long-term goals, highlighting relationships and priorities in a new and powerful way.

Pricing and Availability:
For a very limited time during the beta period, Aspire is available at the pre-launch price of $19.00 USD (regular price is $39.00) for a single-user license. A free, fully functional 30 day demo trial is available. Customers will receive free upgrades to 1.0 and all 1.x updates. Unifiq offers a 30 day money back guarantee.

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Chris Brind
Chris Brind - January 27, 2009 at 6:39pm
Looks interesting, but I already use LifeTick @ http://www.lifetick.com/ which works on any platform that supports Flash and is always being improved with the developers being very open to user suggestions and feedback.
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