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Freeway Pro 6 Goes Big on HTML 5

1 February 2013 3,314 views 7 Comments

Why Softpress Freeway Pro? For the hands on guy or gal, Twitter and Tumblr, for example, are just so much homogenous, undifferentiated do-do

Why Softpress Freeway Pro? For the hands on guy or gal, Twitter and Tumblr, for example, are just so much homogenous, undifferentiated do-do, lacking in individual character. There is more to blogging, selling and educating than mere generic broadcasting.

Softpress is now shipping Free Express 6 (site) and Freeway Pro 6 (blog), an upgrade with major changes above and below the bonnet.

“We’ve added support for HTML5 video and audio to both Pro and Express, with the option to add multiple sources and Flash fallback (video only) for maximum browser compatibility,” writes Joe Billings, Softpress.

New features include support for…
• HTML5
• HTML5 semantic elements
• HTML5 form input types
• Form labels
• Stylable forms
• Grouped checkboxes
• Much more

Softpress also says major CSS improvements have been baked in and that more is coming as browser support improves.

Freeway Pro 6 ($149.99) and Freeway Express 6 ($49.99) are available direct from Softpress.

Sometime down the road, sandboxed versions of these apps will also be available on the Mac App Store.

Just received word from Joe Billings (Softpress) that neither Freeway Pro 6 nor Freeway Express 6 will be made available via the Mac App Store.

Sad, the Mac App Store had so much promise when it launched…

What’s your take?

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