Vilnius, Lithuania - Jumsoft, developer of high-quality applications for Mac OS X, recently expanded its Goodies bundle of free products. The company enhanced its Goodies collection with five Sandvox Web site designs, nine Numbers templates, and a set of 500 photos and images for Keynote presentations. All Goodies products are available on Jumsoft's Web site free of charge, giving users new ways of getting the best from their Macs.
Jumsoft designs for Karelia's award-winning Sandvox application provide users with a simple way to design their Web sites with a broad range of style options. All themes are created by a team of professional designers and enriched with original details to evoke a variety of moods. Each of the five themes features ten different page layout types, from rich text to a site map.
The templates for iWork Numbers were designed for both home and professional users to assist them in doing work that requires scrupulous planning or calculation. The collection includes nine spreadsheet templates: Dinner Planner, Grocery List, Invoice, Loan Comparison, Media Advertising Analyzer, Personal Budget, To Do, Trip Planner, and Wedding Planner. Each template includes relevant tables or checklists and illustrates the given information with graphs and charts where applicable.
Finally, the 500 intricately textured photos and still-life images will be especially useful to Keynote users in need of special backgrounds and illustrations. However, the use of Jumsoft's images is not limited to Keynote. They also make great illustrations for print and electronic documents in iWork Pages, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, or anywhere photos are required.
The Goodies line was launched in November, 2008, and Jumsoft's regular customers and other users have downloaded from it nearly half a million times since that date to enhance their Mac experience. It includes various products for Mail, Keynote, Numbers, and Karelia's Sandvox, providing users with an ever-expanding variety of designs to meet their business and personal needs.