October 24, 2013 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - Version 1.4 updates DEVONthink To Go to the modern iOS 7 interface while keeping it backward-compatible to iOS 5 and 6 at the same time. The update also fixes a number of issues on iOS 7 as well as synchronization problems with the Mac. Fixed are, among others, a crash related to the rich text editor, Numbers documents no longer being displayed, name changes not being synced back to the Mac, crashes related to deleting items on the Mac, and issues with deleting databases.
"iOS 7 sets new standards in design and user experience. We appreciate this shift toward a clean, strightforward interface and are happy to support it with DEVONthink To Go version 1.4", comments Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann, President of DEVONtechnologies.
DEVONthink To Go is DEVONtechnologies' mobile companion to the Mac document and information managers DEVONthink and DEVONnote. DEVONtechnologies also recommends users to update their copy of DEVONthink for Mac or DEVONnote to version 2.7.1 which fixes further synchronization issues with DEVONthink To Go.
Availability and pricing:
DEVONthink To Go 1.4 requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod running iOS 5.0 or later and is available world-wide in the App Store for US $14.99.
Customers find more information about our apps on the DEVONtechnologies website. Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann also posts news, opinions, previews, and public betas in his blog Devonian Times.
DEVONtechnologies LLC creates end-user and server applications for the Mac and iOS platforms that enhance productivity, organization, and user experience with unique artificial intelligence technology. All applications are focused on both ease of use and satisfying the needs of even the most savvy users. The underlying DEVONtechnology is a flexible and versatile foundation that can be used for a large range of purposes from databases, data mining, and information retrieval to human-computer interfaces. DEVONtechnologies LLC was founded 2002 and incorporated 2004, and is today headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA.