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Memopal Online Backup for Mac Exits Beta

Cliff Boodoosingh on May 19, 2010
ROME, May 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting today, the final version of Memopal for Macintosh users is available at To celebrate the event, Memopal is offering five hundred Personal 200 GB licenses for a period of one year at the token price of $1. Plus, starting today, you can download Memopal for your iPad directly from the Apple store.

To take advantage of the promotion and purchase Memopal for Mac at the token price of $1, go to and download Memopal, selecting the 200 GB option. You will be immediately redirected to the purchase page. Fill out all the fields as if you were purchasing a Personal license and enter ILOVEMAC in the DISCOUNT CODE field.

Thanks to the many comments we received, Memopal for Mac has been enhanced with two new features. The first gives the user greater control in selecting the folders to protect and the second allows for sharing folders with one click. Plus, starting today, anyone who invites other persons to accept the offer will receive 500 MB of space free for each invitation that is accepted

Memopal automatically backs-up files online in real-time. It allows you to access and display the files exactly as they are organized on your computer. You can also install Memopal on an unlimited number of computers until you've used up the space you purchased.

Memopal makes is easy to access and share files, even from a mobile telephone. Memopal for iPhone allows you to access the files on all your computers and share them with friends and coworkers. Memopal is available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux. You can access Memopal from any mobile phone with a web browser. Purchase a Personal 200 GB license for $1 right away at

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Memopal's mission is to protect and organize the users' files. Memopal stands out from the competition because the stored data is also synchronized, searchable and accessible as soon as it is uploaded to your personal online archive. Memopal determines the importance of files based on how the user interacts with them and they are synchronized using that priority. Further information:

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