equinux presents iSale at Macworld San Francisco

iSale, the newest addition to the iLife family.

San Francisco, California − January 11, 2005: San Francisco, CA - January 11, 2005 - equinux USA, Inc., a software company dedicated to producing software for Mac OS X, has released today its newest application, iSale, in the Press Room at Macworld San Francisco. This new innovation is sure to impress and will quickly take a place among the iLife application family.

iSale allows you to auction products offline on eBay from an easy to use virtual podium. iSale takes the hassle and confusion out of online auctioning, which is notorious for being difficult to follow. "We saw the need to simplify online auctioning, as it tends to be difficult and confusing to keep track of, while at the same time becoming increasingly popular. The ease of iSale will put it among the ranks of the iLife programs - make music, make movies and clear out the clutter in the basement - it´s something everyone can use", commented equinux CEO Till Schadde.

iSale offers you the wonderful world of eBay auctioning at a fraction of the effort. Catagorized and color coded files and auctions make keeping an overview a cinch. When the ad is ready, you can send it on to eBay, or keep it and edit it until you are satisfied. iSight functions as your camera, use it to photograph articles and view them immediately on the advertisement. Ads can be exported and imported per email as well, so you can even create the ads for friends and relatives as well. Unlike eBay, with iSale you simply have to log on once and never again.

For more information about iSale, visit the equinux website at
iSale can be purchased from their online store for USD 24.90.

Established in 1998 with offices in Boston and Munich, equinux is dedicated to producing software for Mac. With a rapidly expanding product portfolio, equinux is committed to providing superior customer service and the highest quality software possible to the Mac market. For more information, please visit the equinux website at