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iChemLabs Announces ChemDoodle 4(August 29, 2011)
Piscataway, NJ (PRWEB) August 29, 2011
iChemLabs, a developer of chemical software for professionals and students, announces that ChemDoodle 4 is now available. ChemDoodle has quickly become one of the most popular applications for chemical drawing and publishing, used by thousands of institutions in over 50 countries. ChemDoodle is the only chemical publishing software application that works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and is available for download today. Trials are free and can be downloaded with a single click.
In addition to the upgrade to the ChemDoodle desktop software, two other ChemDoodle products have seen updates in the last week as well. The critically acclaimed ChemDoodle Web Components is an open source HTML5 library for creating powerful and interactive scientific websites. ChemDoodle Mobile, for iOS (iPod Touch, iPhone) and coming soon for Android, is a free app and mobile companion to the desktop software, allowing you to transfer structures between your desktop and mobile devices as well as perform calculations on the go.
ChemDoodle 4 is available for download immediately. Registered purchasers of ChemDoodle get ChemDoodle 4 for free. New users can request a free 30 day trial.
About iChemLabs, LLC.:
iChemLabs, LLC. is a scientific software company that produces high quality applications and libraries that are both accessible and affordable to students and scientists. iChemLabs excels in cheminformatics algorithms, visualization and graphics, and groundbreaking technologies such as HTML5, Canvas, and WebGL.
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