Bare Bones Software on Monday introduced Yojimbo 1.0, a new information organizer for Mac OS X. Yojimbo costs $39.
Yojimbo collects, stores and find information when you need it — everything from text to bookmarks, PDF files, Web archives, serial numbers and passwords, using drag and drop, copying or importing. Yojimbo keeps content in its original form, too.
It’s built using core Mac OS X technologies and supports .Mac sync services, so you can store Yojimbo content on multiple machines. It’s also Spotlight-compatible, so Tiger users can search inside Yojimbo content. Data is encrypted using AES-256.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later.
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