Corkulous 1.0 for iPad


Utah based Appigo, Inc. has released Corkulous 1.0 for iPad. Following the metaphor of a cork board, Corkulous idea board gives users a very large virtual space for collecting, organizing and sharing ideas visually. Related ideas can be easily placed together and aligned using automatic guides which help to snap items into place. Corkulous also supports multiple boards. As ideas grow, users can create new boards and group related ideas in separate virtual spaces.


"Corkulous is a slight departure from our other productivity apps because it’s very visually oriented," tells Calvin Gaisford, President and Co-founder, Appigo, Inc. "The iPad is an incredible device that merges the virtual and physical world and Corkulous harnesses this concept by making your ideas completely tangible."

Corkulous follows the metaphor of a cork board where users can arrange notes, labels, tasks, contacts, and photos to visualize ideas. Related ideas can be easily placed together and aligned using automatic guides which help to snap items into place. Also supported in the app are multiple boards. As ideas grow, users can create new boards and group related ideas in separate virtual spaces. Suggested uses of Corkulous include the following:

* Brainstorming Tool
* Simple Mind Map
* Project/Event/Vacation Planner
* Reminder/Message Board
* Simple To-do List
* Vision Board
* Goal Tracker
* Exam Study Aid
* … etc.

Today Corkulous fits very well in the personal productivity space. Over the next few months, Appigo plans to introduce features making app much more collaborative. Additional board items will be added for more expressive freedom. Users that have purchased the app will receive new features free as part of the standard updates.

With the release of Corkulous for iPad, many Appigo customers have wondered about a version of Todo for the iPad. Engineers at Appigo are currently putting the finishing touches on a version of Todo for the iPad. The company focuses on the stability and quality of their apps and is confident that users of Todo will feel the app was well worth the wait.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
* 12.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Appigo Corkulous can be purchased directly on the iTunes App Store for an introductory price of $2.99 (USD). Appigo plans to increase the price as significant features are added.

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