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Avanquest brings iPod software to retail

Avanquest Publishing recently announced that it has partnered with four iPod software developers to bring their Mac and PC titles to retail locations in North America. The initial software titles in the new line include Lionhardt Technology’s WebPodStudio ($50; produce audio and video podcasts), ThinkFree’s PodPresenter ($30; create, view and share slide presentations from the iPod), Laridian’s iPocketBible ($40; listen to and read the bible on the iPod) and Memeo’s iExtend ($30; back up music, photos and files on the iPod).

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I am looking for the complete Bible, dramatized, KJV also I would like to be able to see it on my ipod.

Posted by Karen Clemans on June 10, 2008 at 4:04 PM (CDT)

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