Bare Bones Software on Thursday released Yojimbo 1.3, a new version of their information organizer for Mac OS X. New to this release is a tagging feature that helps you group and retrieve items stored by Yojimbo. A free update for registered users, Yojimbo costs $39 to register.
Yojimbo stores everything from text notes to passwords, Web browser bookmarks, serial numbers, PDF files, even Web page archives. You can use Yojimbo’s built-in search capabilities to locate data, or use Tiger Spotlight. It supports cut and paste, drag and drop and more. Yojimbo can also encrypt sensitive data using the AES-256 standard.
Besides tagging, the new 1.3 update includes a new Item Details bar with expanded capabilities to manage tagging, renaming and encryption. It also adds new options for Keychain access, table and list support for note items and more.
Yojimbo requires Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later and is a Universal binary.
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