March 6, 2014 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, Korea - groosoft today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Keep Everything 1.0, their new web archiving and management app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Keep Everything allows users to archive webpages from any web browser. The app can also keep data from other applications such as Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, and ReadKit.
Keep Everything allows users to select and copy the URL to capture data. Keep Everything will automatically keep data after the user copies a URL or web content from Safari and other applications. Once Keep Everything is launched, it goes into background mode and will monitor the clipboard for a maximum of 3 minutes. As soon as something is copied to the clipboard, Keep Everything automatically saves the content. The user can also tap the "+" button in the Keep Everything app to save content.
* Clean and uncluttered User Interface
* Designed for both OS X and iOS devices
* Sync between iOS devices and Macs utilizing Dropbox
* Data as shown in the web browser is permanently saved to storage
* Automatic saving of data when launched
* Archive from other applications including Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, and ReadKit
* Article features removes site menu and advertisements from content
* Kept feature archives entire webpage including text, images and links
* Create categories to classify data
There are two different options in the Keep Everything interface. The Keep feature captures data as it is shown in the web browser, including text, images and links. Data is saved permanently in the user's storage and synched with other Macs and iOS devices to Dropbox via the cloud.
The Article feature automatically captures the content from the kept documents but removes the site menu and any advertisements. If there is missing information or pictures in the Article auto-capture, the user can fix it directly by selecting the Edit button. The title of the documentation can also be changed. Parts of what are displayed in the Keep window and Source Link Browser can be added to Article data. When the web page is updated, users can save as new data or simple update the Keep data.
Under the Article option, data is written in Markdown format, which is a lightweight, plain text formatting language developed by John Gruber. This allows the data to be displayed in a highly legible and structured document that is naturally produced.
An additional feature that Keep Everything provides is the ability to keep data from other applications such as Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, and ReadKit. Users simply utilize the "Copy link" option to capture data. When saving a tweet, Keep Everything stores everything including the links. Due to copyright issues, YouTube videos cannot be kept but are played on an Article screen.
To help users with organizing their information, Keep Everything can classify archived data by categories. From the Categories Menu, users can tap the "+" sign to add and name a category. They can also tap the Edit button and select Category at the bottom on the screen to select an existing category or create a new one. Additionally, they have the option to simply press and hold the archived data they wish to classify until the category menu appears.
"Keep Everything 1.0 is a fast, light and easy way to archive the Web," says Hyoseo Park, founder of groosoft. "We've created a clean, uncluttered, and attractive app with exceptional functionality for both Mac OS X and iOS devices. Keep Everything also incorporates convenience by providing synching between OS X and iOS devices. Finally, Keep Everything offers value. Users can keep up to 100 data for free. A Premium version is available for over 100 data. Additional features will also be added to the Premium edition soon."
* iOS 7.0 or later
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* 7.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Keep Everything 1.0 is free and available worldwide through the App Stores in the Productivity category. A premium edition that provides over 100 data is available at the special introductory price of $4.99 (USD).
Based in Seoul, Korea, groosoft was founded by Hyoseo Park in 2011. The company develops iOS apps. All Material (C) Copyright 2011-2014 groosoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.