December 8, 2011 in Software
[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - Ironic Software has discounted the price of the brand new 3.0 releases of popular document management tool Yep and the 'find anything' Leap on the Mac App Store. Company president Tom Andersen noted that users of version 2.x of these products now have the opportunity to upgrade to these Lion friendly r3.0 releases for less than any previous upgrade offer. Both these applications require OS X 10.6.8 or later.
These 3.0 releases add support for Lion - with Lion only features like full screen, 10.7 friendly scroll bars, and a cleaner interface look. The applications have also been performance tuned for Lion.
Yep is a document manager that starts where the Finder stops. The default display shows all the PDFs, iWork and Microsoft Office documents in your home account. This can help new users to the Mac find documents they had misplaced. By using the preferences, the application can be set to handle some of the more complicated organization tasks and finding tasks that are common in an office environment.
Leap is the 'find anything' tool. 3.0 introduces pro features like showing hidden files, and creating your own file type groups. Power users familiar with the Mac will enjoy the rich feature set and flexibility of Leap. Often used in the creative workflow, these professionals can for instance see all the images in a project folder with a click or two, so fewer assets get lost.
Both applications allow searching faster than the default 'Spotlight' search on the Mac. "Simply seeing the document that you are looking for will often help finding it - both products can present files as nice large quick look images, which is something that does not happen in the Spotlight menu", added Tom Andersen.
The sale ends Saturday, December 17, 2011.
Ironic Software. Documents on the Mac. Founded in 2007, Ironic Software has brought Yep, Leap, Fresh and other products to the Mac desktop. Our products allow individuals and companies organize documents, images and PDFs using, tags, color and location content and other meta data. Copyright (C) 2011 Ironic software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.