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March 30, 2009

Readdle releases Basetent 1.0 – Brings Basecamp to iPhone and iPod Touch

    Readdle has just released its brand new Basetent application, that brings Basecamp, the most popular online project management tool, to the iPhone and iPod Touch. The application lets Basecamp users manage thier projects right from the iPhone wherever they are and utilizes Basecamp look and feel just making it suitable for the iPhone screen.

    Basetent supports almost all functions available at the desktop Basecamp service. At the account level Basetent users can overview to-dos and milestones across all projects while at the project level they can add, edit or delete individual messages, milestones, to-do lists and to-do items. Also Basetent lets people add several Basecamp accounts and simply switch between them.

    Extensive filtering capabilities is another advantage that makes Basetent unique. People can easily take a look at the to-dos and milestones that are assigned to them. Moreover using Basetent application, project managers can filter the information by any project participant to view his to-dos and milestones as well as get overview of individual's latest activities across all projects.

    "The best thing about Basetent is that it looks and works pretty like Basecamp on your PC, Mac or Linux computer. The native iPhone interface is good for Mail or iPod applications but effective Basecamp usage requires different approach that we have implemented in the Basetent." explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO.

    Pricing and Availability:
    Basetent 1.0 is available at the App Store at $9.99 (USD) and free lite version as well. More information about Basetent could be found at Readdle's web site.

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