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)
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)