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WhoDo iPad Generates New Contacts From Keyboard, Clipboard, or Mic

Sep 30, 2019 - Oregon-based indie developers, Swamp Dog, LLC announces WhoDo iPad 1.0, their new contact records creator for the iPad. WhoDo iPad creates new contact records directly from raw text. There is no form to fill out, and no text fields to map in order to import the information. Text can be generated by using the keyboard, the clipboard, or the microphone. The app extracts personal data from raw text and automatically converts it into a contact record right on the iPad.


SwampDog, LLC announces WhoDo 1.0 - A Contact Creation Tool for macOS

Feb 19, 2019 - Oregon based SwampDog, LLC introduces WhoDo 1.0, a contact creation tool available now for macOS. WhoDo supports macOS dictation as a data source, allowing the customer to simply speak any new contact's data. WhoDo can also transform selected text in any application into a new contact when a customizable keyboard shortcut is invoked. WhoDo uses several internal databases, Apple Foundation level frameworks, natural language processing, and data detectors to deliver its unique solution for macOS.


SwampDog, LLC announces WhoDo 1.0 - a contact creation tool for iOS

Feb 18, 2019 - Oregon based SwampDog, LLC announces WhoDo, a contact creation tool available now for iOS. WhoDo for iOS supports speech as a data source, allowing the customer to simply speak a new contact's data. WhoDo for iOS also enables customers to create new Contacts without even launching the WhoDo app. WhoDo for iOS uses several internal databases, Apple Foundation level frameworks, natural language processing, and data detectors to deliver its unique solution for Apple mobile devices.


Swamp Dog, LLC releases Kudos 1.0 - Create References from Selected Text

Nov 14, 2018 - Oregon-based indie software developer Swamp Dog, LLC announces Kudos 1.0, a Mojave savvy macOS productivity app that can create a source reference for selected text. It's useful for anyone who collects information from multiple sources and doesn't want to lose track of the original location. Kudos provides formatting for both the source and the reference before they are shared, saved, or appended. Version 1.0 ships with reference generating capabilities for over a dozen popular applications.


New App Simplifies the Movement of Data on a User's Mac

Feb 02, 2018 - Oregon-based indie development house Mac-Chi announces Enact 1.0.7, a new macOS productivity app which focuses on simplifying the movement of data. This first version of Enact allows users to quickly format, save, print, or post the clipboard contents to social media. By dragging text onto the Enact dock icon, users can optionally include a customizable citation when dispatching the text. Users can also directly open a specific tab in Safari by clicking on a status item in the menubar.


Mac-Chi Announces Wordaux 1.0.1 - Easy-To-Use Basic Data Mining for OS X

Mar 02, 2015 - Mac-Chi announces Wordaux 1.0.1, a data extraction tool, designed to empower Mac users to leverage data as they encounter it. Wordaux can be used by sales executives, students doing research, hipster life-hackers, or just the generally curious. Examples of usage include: creating contacts directly from spreadsheet data, building a note base for a research paper, augmenting an existing spreadsheet with data found on the web, or following up on interesting articles found while surfing the web.


Googaby Delivers a Full Suite of Innovative Tools for Mac Address Book

Aug 15, 2011 - In its introductory release, Googaby has amassed a collection of tools and capabilities that dramatically enhances Apple's Address Book. Googaby provides over 30 built-in filters which are conceptually similar to Address Book's Groups, but provide significant new capabilities. Users can drag selected contacts from Googaby's browser directly into spreadsheets - no export or import is required. The data that appears in the spreadsheet is fully customizable.


Mac-Chi Upgrades Two iPhone/iPad Apps for the International Market

Jun 15, 2010 - Mac-Chi is proud to take both WhoPaste and WhoP-G into the worldwide market. The main window in version 1.2 is now available in 20 different languages. The new customizable hints add further support for international as well as niche markets. Both iPhone and iPad users can create new contacts by just copying text from any application or by just speaking when using the Dictation app from Dragon. WhoPaste creates records in Apple's Contact app, while WhoP-G creates records in Google Contacts.


Mac-Chi Announces Two iPhone Apps: WhoPaste and WhoP-G

Apr 29, 2010 - Mac-Chi is proud to announce two iPhone apps: WhoPaste and WhoP-G. WhoPaste creates records in Apple's Contact app, which runs on the iPhone. WhoP-G creates records in Google's Contacts application, which runs in the cloud. iPhone users can copy text from any application and then launch either WhoPaste or WhoP-G both of which recognize company names, job titles, phone numbers, email addresses, urls, and postal addresses. The new contact is previewed allowing for editing any of the information.