In the past weeks we have corrected many minor issues in our upcoming next-generation sync technology. Before we launch it as part of the official releases of DEVONthink and before DEVONthink To Go 2.0 hits the App Store, here's a second and final public beta for you to install and try out. (more)
We promised to keep you updated on our progress with DEVONthink To Go 2.0 and our new sync technology. Two days ago we released beta 10 to our beta testers. The last new beta testers received their Test Flight invitations today. (more)
On February 26th we announced that we'll soon start beta testing DEVONthink To Go 2.0 with a limited number of testers. Today we added the first batch of testers to Test Flight. Over the course of the next weeks we'll add batch by batch. (more)
All of us here at DEVONtechnologies wish you and your family Merry Christmas. We wish you a peaceful holiday time, wherever in the world you are and whatever you believe in. Have a great start into an exciting new year 2016! (more)
As you might know our company name comes from the Devonian Period popup: true. And so calling our blog Devonian Times was obvious. Just recently a reader pointed us to just another Devonian Times popup: true. It collects all kind of information about the Devonian Period. While unfortunately it wasn't updated since 2006 but you might still find it an interesting read far away from all the technology we're usually writing about here.
All of us here at DEVONtechnologies wish you and your family Merry Christmas. We wish you peaceful holidays, wherever in the world you are, whatever you believe in, and whatever culture you are part of. Have a great start into an exciting new year 2015! (more)
This year we've sponsored the initiative 2North4South by All Shapes and Sizes, in part organized by Fred Sarran. Last weekend they did their non-stop 24 hour walk from from Fraserburgh in Scotland to Aberdeen. Watch a video about their great project on www.asascharity.org.
In the last few years we used Google Analytics popup: true on our website. It helps us to learn more about our visitors, which pages they look at, and where they come from. But, being a Google product, Analytics also comes with many privacy concerns. Starting today we've removed all Analytics code from our website and replaced it with Matomo popup: true. (more)