MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Gen-9, Inc. (www.gen-9.net) announced today the release of Noah version 1.0 as a free download. Noah is an Internet centric data management application. The first beta version became available on September 27, 2006.
Noah is the first application to free information from the separate “data islands” of the browser, email client, contact manager, file folders, schedules and RSS feed applications. Noah bridges these currently divided data sources and makes it all accessible from a single, easy to use interface. And the data is always available, online or offline.
This version of Noah allows users to import emails, emails settings and contacts from Outlook and Thunderbird plus it has an automatic setup feature for Gmail, Lycos, Yahoo, Netscape, Mail.com, and Tiscali email accounts.
“Noah is bristling with very powerful data filter tools. They give you complete control over your information,” said Gen-9’s President and CEO Mark A. Fauci.
“But even though Noah contains some of the most advanced features found in any similar application, it doesn’t require a computer science degree to use it. Noah has a simple, intuitive interface, with easy to find commands. Plus we’ve provided a video tutorial to help our users get the most out of Noah quickly.”
Noah and the Noah tutorial can be downloaded for free at www.gen-9.net.
About Gen-9, Inc.
Gen-9, Inc. (www.gen-9.net), a Delaware Corporation, is privately held. It was founded in 2005 to develop easy to use software tools that enable more productive use of the Internet. The Company’s main office is located in Mountain View, California.
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