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Filemaker releases Bento for iPhone and iPod touch

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Tuesday, May 5, 2009
News Categories: Apps + Games

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Filemaker, Inc., a subsidiary of Apple, today released Bento for the iPhone and iPod touch. Bento is a personal database application that lets users keep track of a wide variety of business-related, and personal data, including issue tracking, expenses, and inventory for business, projects, home inventory, diet log, to dos, recipes, and vehicle maintenance for personal data. Other features include a blank template for creating other data types, wireless syncing to Bento for Mac software, the ability to group records into playlist-like collections, and the ability to tap to call a contact, open a web site, send an email, or display a map. Bento for the iPhone and iPod touch is available now from the App Store and sells for $5; the Mac version, which is not required to use the App, sells for $50.

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