The latest update to DEVONthink 3 adds optional keyboard navigation to the sidebar, new smart rule actions, and support for Nisus Writer documents. It imports messages dropped from Apple Mail in the background. (more)
New season, new releases. For this autumn we have prepared updates for our freeware apps ThumbsUp and XMenu as well as for DEVONthink To Go for you. (more)
As if macOS Catalina wouldn’t be scary enough, here’s our Halloween update for DEVONsphere Express. We’ve made version 1.9.4 scream to make it work better with Catalina and to support the native Nisus Writer file format. (more)
The arrival of a new major release of macOS usually also marks the time for maintenance updates bringing compatibility changes. Today we’ve released DEVONagent 3.11.2. (more)
Our first update brings several improvements and fixes for DEVONthink 3. We recommend this free update to all users of DEVONthink 3. Get it directly by using the app’s update function or our Download page. You can find a longer description by choosing Help > Release Notes inside the application. (more)
End of April we released the first public beta of DEVONthink 3. Since then we published seven betas and received a lot of exciting feedback (as well as many less exciting bug reports). We used the time to iron out many of the unevennesses that accompany every major product upgrade and to fix the issues that you and we encountered. Today we finally released DEVONthink 3.0 officially. (more)
In the last few months we focused on getting DEVONthink 3 ready for prime-time and so it had become a bit quiet around DEVONthink To Go. Today, version 2.7.2 has passed Apple’s review.
Our maintenance release brings the sync mechanism on par with DEVONthink 3, makes its handling of indexed items consistent to the Mac, and brings back the sync status sheet. Change the stacking order of PDF annotations and, finally, view highlight annotations added with DEVONthink on the Mac. If you’re a Bookends user you can now link to items stored in your favorite references manager using the Bookends URL scheme. (more)