Nov 14 2006
Over the weekend, Brainwave sort of accidentally released a full version number update to pzizz. Evidently the customary “how to update” emails that are sent to registered users got sent out a bit early. Following that, both MacUpdate and VersionTracker outted the update so the folks at Brainwave have decided to just go with it.
pzizz is a fairly simple application that generates unique sound experiences designed to by played while you nap or sleep. These “naps” as they are called can be listened to directly from pzizz or exported to iTunes and your iPod. The new version has been completely re-written from the ground up in Cocoa, sports a completely re-designed GUI by Piotr Gajos, adopts a new modular architecture (modules are no longer tied to the app), a revised help system and an improved export system.
Registered users of pzizz 1.x and its modules can get free updated license codes by updating their old ones online. pzizz 2.0 and its energizer nap module sell for USD$49.95, the sleep module sells for an additional USD$29.95.