Bare Bones releases a new Mac information organizer
Bare Bones Software, the company behind BBEdit and TextWrangler, announced the release of their new software - Yojimbo information organizer. The product empowers Mac users to manage, effortlessly and securely, the onslaught of information encountered every day at work and at home, even across multiple computers.
Yojimbo stores different data types: text notes, passwords, Web bookmarks, product serial numbers, PDFs, and web archives. Data input into Yojimbo follows familiar Mac User Interface gestures such as copy-and-paste, drag-and-drop, a Quick Input Panel, or PDF Services from the Print menu. Searching and retrieval are instantaneous, using either Yojimbo's built-in search, or the Spotlight search system in Mac OS X Tiger. Купить кулер для воды. Площадь Революции.
An encryption subsystem allows customers to encrypt individual data items for storage, without interfering with ease of retrieval. Yojimbo encrypts data using the secure AES-256 algorithm standard. Its simple, flexible storage system allows for additional, personally-defined organization of data. Support for Mac OS X's Sync Services synchronization provides data portability for .Mac account holders, making irrelevant which computer was used to access, add or modify an item stored in Yojimbo.
Yojimbo takes advantage of several Tiger-only technologies, such as Sync Services to provide easy synchronization across multiple computers for .Mac participants, the system-wide Spotlight search system for inclusion of Yojimbo-stored information in search results, and the Core Data frameworks for reliably storing information.
Yojimbo 1.0 requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later. If you are interested, you can download a fully functional demo version. Yojimbo is available immediately at a suggested retail price of US$39 for a single-user license; US$69 for a family-pack license for up to five people in a single household; or US$29 for an educational license for a single academic customer on one computer.