January 2, 2008 in Software (E)
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Sheep Systems announces Bookdog 5. Version 5 adds integration with del.icio.us bookmarks, and a new user interface that makes it a snap to tag and un-tag bookmarks. Also new in Bookdog 5 is support for the new Netscape Navigator.
Bookdog allows users to sort (selectively alphabetize), import/export, migrate, verify, find redirects, search, and find duplicates among their bookmarks collections in Safari, Firefox 1-2.x, Camino, Google Bookmarks, del.icio.us, OmniWeb, Opera, Shiira 2.x and Netscape Navigator. Migrations can be scheduled using Apple's Automator, and bookmarks on other networked Macs or backup disks are easily accessible.
Bookdog is downloadable from the Sheep Systems site. New users are offered a free demo (trial) license which gives complete access to all of Bookdog's features for 7 days, and may be granted twice for a total of 14 days.
A permanent license for two Macs, including upgrades for one year is priced at $19.95 USD. Bookdog requires Mac OS 10.3 or later, but some features, such as del.ico.us support, require Mac OS 10.4 or later. Bookdog looks best in Mac OS 10.5.
Located in San Jose, CA USA, Jerry Krinock has an MSEE degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, and 20 years experience designing modems for microwave telecommunication. He has been awarded 6 patents, contributed to IEEE standard 802.16, and developed SafariSorter in 2004. Since May 2005 he has been doing business as Sheep Systems, developing and supporting Bookdog for Mac. The following terms are trademarks of: their owners. Google: Google Inc. Mac OS X, Automator, Safari: Apple Inc. OmniWeb: Omni Development Inc. Opera: Opera Software AS Corp. Norway. Firefox, Camino: Mozilla Foundation Corp. California. Shiira: The Shiira Project. del.icio.us: Yahoo! Inc. Netscape, Navigator: Netscape Communications Inc. Sheep Systems is not affiliated with any of these entities.