August 19, 2019

First release

Alberto Malagoli @albemala

After a couple of months of development, I've been able to release the first version of the app. Please welcome Iris! It is pretty basic, but it has most of the features I need to test the idea.

The app is available on the macOS App Store and on the website for Windows and Linux. Launching price: 5$ pay-once model.

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