With so many people and companies trying to monetize the web, many pages we visit are overloaded with ads and clickbait links to drive traffic to other sites. Not only is it annoying to look at online, but also adds junk data to our databases when we clip these pages into DEVONthink. Our browser extension, Clip to DEVONthink, has an option to use a clutter-free layout. This does its best to extract the article from the current page. But what about pages you may have already clipped? (more)
After the recent relaunches of our user community and our website some people have suspected that there is — in true Apple tradition — one more thing. And they were absolutely right, of course. Today we released DEVONthink 3.0 Public Beta with, quite literally, hundreds of new features and improvements. (more)
While we're still preparing some things behind the curtain we've released a maintenance update for DEVONthink today. In version 2.11.3 we've enhanced Markdown and MultiMarkdown support including CriticMarkup, added automatic spelling correction to HTML-based documents, and made detecting WikiLinks up to 70 times faster. (more)
We admit it. Our website started to look a bit dated. We launched it in a time where "responsive web design" meant something like automatically switching languages. Now it's 2019, we use the web mostly from smartphones, and we're used to a completely different design language. (more)
Yesterday we’ve switched our user forum with its dated look-and-feel to shiny new Discourse. It’s a lean, modern discussion forum with everything you rightfully expect in 2019. (more)
DEVONtechnologies' applications can interact with your system and other applications to create a interconnected computing experience. In Apple's parlance, "It just works". Or should I say, "It just worked"? To increase security in macOS Mojave, Apple has decided people need to give more permission to applications that want to access certain kinds of data on your machine. As of this writing, the protected areas are: Mail, Messages, Safari, Home, and Time Machine. (more)
Just that we let DEVONthink and DEVONnote 2.11.2 out this Tuesday, maintenance releases for DEVONagent and DEVONsphere have hit the street.
The updates fix a sporadic crash when accessing the Preferences panel as well as some visual artifacts. In DEVONagent Pro and Express 3.11.1 we’ve also added support for JSON news feeds, and improved RSS feed handling in general. DEVONsphere 1.9.3 gets support for the Open Packing Format (.opf) and better indexes packages likes RTFD documents. We’ve also made it detect the current web page in the Vivaldi and Brave web browsers in See Also. (more)
Today DEVONthink To Go 2.7.1 has become available on the iOS App Store.
The maintenance release comes with an updated PDF library which fixes a crash during indexing PDF documents. Version 2.7.1 also deletes temporary files used for synchronizing with iCloud as soon as a file is fully uploaded. Direct connections prefer IPv6 now if both IPv4 and IPv6 are available. Finally, the update improves the overall robustness of the app. (more)