Unison Updated by Panic, Free iPod Giveaway Included

Panic, the software development company, has recently updated their Usenet client, Unison, designed specifically for Mac OS X users.

Known for its sleek interface, which has garnered multiple Apple Design awards, Unison enhances the Usenet experience with features like simple downloading processes, the ability to create buddy lists, streaming of Mp3 files, and organization of groups and favorites.

The latest release, version 1.7.1, introduces capabilities for binary uploading and posting, a new filtering rule for crossposted group names, along with numerous other improvements.

Those who purchase Unison before December 30, 2005, will also have the chance to win a unique “Panic nano,” a white 4GB iPod nano featuring an engraved Panic logo.

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