Oct 21, 2013 - Today announcing, Ironic Software has now shipped new versions of our entire suite of applications. These applications have been updated to work with Apple's new tagging system as shown at the Apple Mavericks OS X 10.9 event. Tagging on the Mac is set to explode now that Apple has endorsed it, and Ironic's products offer a more professional and full featured way to manage tagged documents. The applications are available both at Ironic's store and Apple's OS X App store.
Apr 03, 2013 - Spotdox is the missing link for Dropbox - but is Dropbox going to like it? Spotdox allows users to use their phone to not only browse their entire Dropbox but see all the files on their computer (Mac OS X only currently) back at the office, home or even hotel room. Effectively this makes a Dropbox account behave like its the size of an entire computer. Collaborate like a pro.
Dec 08, 2011 - Toronto based 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 OS X Mac App Store. 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. Leap version 3.0 introduces pro features like showing hidden files, and creating your own file type groups. Sale runs until Saturday, Dec 17.
May 05, 2011 - Spot Documents announces that their new OS X application for archiving Apple Mail on OS X is now free for a limited time. Email Archiver is a tool for Mac experts, sysadmins, or superusers. Email Archiver creates a permanent, archival quality set of PDFs, one for each email on a computer. Email Archiver works with Apple's Mail, storing emails as PDFs. It makes them compatible anywhere a PDF works, not just with Mail.app.
May 03, 2011 - Spot Documents announces today the availability of a free 5GB storage plan. Spot Documents solves a problem in today's distributed businesses, where workers need access to vital documents and files wherever they are. Any kind of file can be stored using the system, which provides previews and full content searching with iPad, iPhone, Mac and web clients. A single account can host multiple repositories, each of which can hold hundreds of thousands of files.
Jan 06, 2011 - Keaten House today announces the availability of Email Archiver and Filed Documents on the Mac App Store. Email archiver creates a hierarchy of PDFs of all your Mac OS X Mail, which allows for archival quality email storage. Filed Documents simplifies the repetitive filing of incoming documents, such as downloads or scanned PDFs. With Filed Documents, using a simple but powerful single click on a toolbar the selected document is filed.
Jan 06, 2011 - Toronto based Ironic Software today announces that Fresh, Leap and Yep are all available now at the Mac App Store. With new, lower pricing, these three popular titles will continue their presence as some of the most popular document handling software on the Mac. Fresh is a handly little program that automatically keeps track of the files that you are working on. Yep is Ironic Software's PDF and Document manager. Leap is a file finder that takes off where Spotlight ends.
Jan 06, 2011 - Spot Documents today announces their OS X client on the new Mac App Store. Spot Documents is a new cloud based document management system that features iOS, Web and OS X clients. With it companies can easily manage hundreds of thousands of files, all hosted searchable, and viewable in the Cloud. The iPad, iPhone, OS X and Web clients are all free to use. A single account can host multiple repositories and any number of users can be assigned read only or read/write access to each repository.
Dec 08, 2010 - Spot Documents is an alternative to iDisk, DropBox and other cloud based file storage systems, offering a desktop like searching and browsing experience. Leveraging the security and redundancy of Amazon's S3, now even small companies can afford to take their documents online. The iPad, iPhone, OS X and Web clients are all free to use. A single account can host multiple repositories and any number of users can be assigned read only or read/write access to each repository.