Saturday January 13, 2007
Captn's Log Reaches One Thousandth User!
The downloads just keep on coming. Sometime in the last week of 2006 VMG Software had its 1000th download of Captn's Log for Windows XP. This milestone is a testimony to the success of the product, and VMG Software would like to take this opportunity to thank each one of its users. Your response to the product has exceeded all expectations and VMG looks forward to continued success.
Thank you for your
support and the many kind words. - VMG Software
"I think you have a great product. Kudos" - Ed
"Can't wait to get it... I love the program" - Bob
"I am really enjoying your software. Keep up the good work!" - Jon
"Thanks for producing a great piece of software, I have used it for two years and love it." - Nev
"...you are really on to something" - Mike
"I am really happy with the software. The photo tab reminds me to take photos on each adventure." - Ron
"I find the program very useful." - Nigel
"This is great! It think it is really smooth for dropping posts into a blog" - Tim
"It is a very nice piece of software. I had been keeping my log on the Palm in a general purpose outlining/note taking program. Your program is a much better solution." - Ralph
Thursday February 23, 2006
Captn's Log Version 2.5 is Now Available
The latest version of Captn's Log arrives just in time for the 2006 season with several new features and improvements including Search and printable Journal Entries. Search lets users find data quickly as well as providing for filtered views of log entries. The new Printable Journal Entry features lets users turn their trip entries into graphic web pages. Journal entries can be posted to the web or printed to create a hard-copy record of each adventure.
Monday October 10, 2005
VMG Software and SailBlogs.com announce partnership
Captn's Log 2.2 provides seamless integration with SailBlogs.com, allowing users to publish their Captn's Log trip entries to their own personal web blog hosted at SailBlogs.com. This first of its kind solution lets sailors of all levels record their adventures on their personal computer, and then with the click of a button, share them with the world... all for free.
View a Sample Blog...