Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at 12:47 pm

Empire Express 2.0

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Empire Express (screenshot) There’s a lot of layout planning software out there, but almost none of that is for the Mac. As a Mac user, this is naturally of some concern to me, but I was never without at least one option. I’ve been using Empire Express for my layout planning. It has its limitations, but it’s reasonably easy to use — and it’s certainly easier than using actual CAD software. By e-mail I learn that Empire Express has now reached version 2.0: it’s now a Universal Binary and has a much improved user interface (the old version’s UI seemed more than a bit dated, which makes sense: it was backwards compatible as far back as Mac OS 8.6). Feature list here. $35 new, $20 upgrade.

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