TOKYO (MacHouse) – We usually develop four to five software products each month. It looks like we are slow this month. We actually see January 2012 as a brush-up month. So we’ve been brushing up existing software titles. In fact, new versions of QuickKut and xAccounts are pretty much ready for release. And we are just waiting for Microsoft to open their application store.
In the meantime, we finally released our first software release of this year some 90 minutes ago. It’s called Img4Web. Img4Web? That’s right. Img4Web was originally developed for the Mac platform. And it’s now available for Windows users.
In fact, Img4Web is one of the Mac applications we often use. It’s not because it will let us batch-create thumbnail images but also because it will automatically generate HTML code. As you see above, there are two screenshots. Img4Web has generated HTML code for these tables for us, which makes software product indispensable. That’s because we want to spend as little time as possible for web work, which is boring.
This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit. In order to use Img4Web, you must have a display capable of showing at least 975 x 700 pixels.