Welcome to our top iPhone app roundup for 2018! We’ve scoured the app store to find the most essential iPhone apps every student needs and can use right now (and not only iPhone apps — most of our recommendations have Android, Windows, and MacOS variants). These apps cover a spectrum of uses, from scheduling to graphing calculators, from privacy to note-taking tools.
DevonTechnologies says all editions of its information manager, DevonThink, and the note-taking application, DevonNote, are now available in version 2.0.9. DevonNote, EasyFind 4.7.1, and XMenu 1.9.2 are now also available on the Mac App Store, and DevonThinkTo Go 1.1 has been submitted to the iOS App Store for review.
Version 2.0.9 of all editions of DevonThinkand DevonNote brings, first of all, an updated conduit for DevonThinkTo Go, fixing a number of bugs. The older conduit e.g. transferred, accidentally, only the first 1KB of data of indexed text so that larger documents were not completely searchable, and could crash when sending very large files.
In addition DevonThinkPro Office 2.0.9 allows to properly archive mailboxes from any supported email client skipping messages archived earlier. This makes it possible to regularly “sync” a mailbox with the archive in DevonThink to keep the archive up-to-date.
DevonThinkPro and up can rebuild the global inbox database, too, and allow renaming or moving database packages even when the database is open. The Sorter has been improved and is more reliable now, says Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann, DevonTechnologies’ president. All editions of DevonThinkfeature a new command for moving the contents of an indexed group to the linked folder in the file system and install the Dashboard widgets from the Install Add-Ons window.
Both DevonThinkand DevonNote 2.0.9 insert the URL of the frontmost window, e.g. from Safari, when taking a new note, and enable text replacements on Mac OS X 10.6. DevonTechnologies has also sped up classifying, see also, searching, summarizing, and the concordance (DevonThinkPro and up only) and made them more accurate. A number of bugs and glitches has been fixed, too.
DevonTechnologies has also submitted DevonThinkTo Go 1.1 to the iOS App Store for review. The new version fixes a large number of bugs and glitches. The company has also added support for .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx files, as well as unknown file types.
Wolfenstein 3d free download original. Finally, DevonTechnologies has updated EasyFind to version 4.7.1 and XMenu to version 1.9.2 and made them available on the Mac App Store. The new version of EasyFind understands ‘traditional’ wildcards (again) when searching for file names and uses an updated internal service for communication with DevonThinkPro (and up), and supports the simple ‘*’ operators in phrases.
All applications require Mac OS X 10.5 or later and can be downloaded as free trial versions from http://www.devon-technologies.com . DevonThinkand DevonNote can be test-driven for free for 150 hours of non-continuous runtime until they need to be properly licensed.
DevonThinkProfessional Office sells for US$149.95, DevonThinkProfessional for $79.95, DevonThinkPersonal for $49.95, and DevonNote for $24.95 in DevonTechnologies’ online shop. DevonThinkPro Office and DevonThinkPro are also available bundled with the Internet research agent DEVONagent. DevonNote can also be purchased on the Mac App Store for $24.99.
Users who purchased DevonThinkPersonal, Pro, Pro Office or DevonNote 1.x on or after July 1, 2008, are eligible for free upgrades. Users who have purchased before the grace period are eligible for upgrade prices. In addition, users of DevonNote now can upgrade to DevonThinkfor just the price difference.
DevonThinkTo Go for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is available on the App Store for $14.99.
DEVONtechnologies LLC has updated all editions of DEVONthink, its intelligent information and document manager for Mac. The new version imports notes and attachments from Apple Notes, makes importing UNIX mailboxes easier, and improves fullscreen text editing. Version 2.9.9 shows encrypted PDFs on macOS Sierra again and fixes additional PDF bugs related to Apple’s latest Mac operating system. All updates are free and recommended for all users.
DEVONthink 2.9.9 adds an option for importing notes and attachments from Apple Notes. It honors the folder structure that the user has created in the Mac’s default note-taking app. Using editable HTML it preserves formatting and stores the notes in a future-proof format.
The rewritten fullscreen text editing is more responsive and supports substitutions, e.g., smart quotes or smart links. Other usability enhancements include easier to reach Back and Forward contextual menu commands. Flagged and unread icons in See Also and Classify drawers identify important items. Finally, a new hidden preference disables automatically showing and hiding the Activity panel.
Users who archive their email will like that DEVONthink Pro Office 2.9.9 makes it easier to import UNIX email mailboxes without activating the default email client. In addition, the new version better supports the Maildir organization scheme. Message lists retrieved from Apple Mail are loaded, filtered, and sorted much faster. All editions of DEVONthink more reliably recognize the encoding of email messages dragged from Apple Mail.
DEVONthink 2.9.9 comes with an improved synchronization too. It brings better support for moved or multiple Dropbox folders, handles concurrent synchronizations smarter, and makes the synchronization with multiple sync locations synchronizing the same sync stores more reliable and efficient.
On the macOS Sierra bugfixing side, DEVONthink is again able to display encrypted PDFs on macOS Sierra. PDF note annotations are visible once more, and the border of text annotations can be removed. The updates also fix issues related to scanning as well as further minor glitches. They are free for existings users, and highly recommended.
All editions of DEVONthink require an Intel-based Mac and Mac OS X 10.9 or later. They can be downloaded from www.devontechnologies.com and be test-driven for free before they need to be properly licensed. DEVONthink Personal is also available in the App Store; DEVONthink can be purchased in bundles with DEVONagent for an attractive bundle price in the DEVONtechnologies’ online shop.
* DEVONthink Pro Office: US $149.95
* DEVONthink Pro: US $79.95
* DEVONthink Personal: US $49.95 (App Store: $49.99)
* DEVONnote: US $24.95 (App Store: $24.99)
Customers find more information about our apps on the DEVONtechnologies website. Eric Bohnisch-Volkmann also posts news, opinions, previews, and public betas in his blog Devonian Times.