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One million Bento templates downloaded

17 Oct 2011

Apple database subsidiary Filemaker has announced the number of downloads from its Bento Template Exchange has grown to one million since the platform’s launch in June 2009.

Over 1070 templates are now available at the Exchange, most created by Bento users. Templates range from small business contact management tools to event planners to coin collection trackers.

The latest version of Bento, Bento 4, was released by Filemaker in March, and is available for $59. Until November 18, owners of Bento 1, 2 or 3 can upgrade to Bento 4 for $12. 

Bento is also available on iPhone and iPad, for $6.49 each.

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