Queensland, Australia, October 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Babya today announced the availability of Babya bSuite 2008.
Babya bSuite '08 delivers the biggest upgrade to Babya's digital media suite yet - offering several new Babya applications and improved functionality.
New features or applications in bSuite 2008 include:
Babya bDesign Ultra
Babya Figures-a unique spreadsheet and database combination
Babya bPicture 2008
BabyaText-an advanced word processor
bLib-easily catalog movies and DVD's
Babya PhotoPro 2 LE included for pro quality image retouching
Babya Presenter HD 5
Babya Logic Express 2008
Babya Video Desktop
Babya bMovie '08-fast and fun movie editing software
The new launcher provides instant access to many of the included applications, making it easy to start any kind of project.
Users can design websites, create their own music or movies with Babya bSuite 2008 as well as do word processing, presentations, spreadsheets, databases, retouch and manage images and watch online videos from a popular video sharing site.
Babya bSuite 2008 also includes PDF support in BabyaText and BabyaText and Babya E-Type 2008 includes a converter for the OpenDocument file format.
Babya's A.A. Fussy said, "Babya bSuite 2008 is an impressive and major upgrade to our digital media suite. We added special versions of our popular music and imaging software-PhotoPro and Babya Logic to enable users to professionaly retouch images and create music compositions. Also, we delivered on our support for the OpenDocument file format with the new version of Babya E-Type that is included, by using a bundled converter program. "
Pricing and Availability:
Babya bSuite 2008 is now available as a free download at:
Babya is an award-winning developer of digital media software for Mac and Windows, including Babya bSuite, bPicture, Babya Firestorm, Babya Photo Workshop and Babya Logic.
Babya's software has won many awards over the past several years, including 5 stars (Babya bSuite), a Softpedia Pick and 100% clean award (2006) and has been featured in magazines such as PC Utilities and PC Format and websites such as CNET.com.