British developer Devon Technologies Ltd. on Tuesday released
DevonThink 1.9, the second of four planned upgrades to the company’s line of products. DevonThink organizes many types of data, including notes, outlines, bookmarks and files, such as QuickTime videos, pieces of audio, PDFs and more. The upgrade to version 1.9 brings many new features and performance improvements, including automatic linking of words to other documents with the same name, user-definable labels, an overhauled user interface, a rewritten search function and more.
This is a free update for existing users; the full version is US$40. Devon Technologies will soon release a Professional Edition of DevonThink, which will sell for $75 and offer support for multiple databases, AppleScript and more; existing users will be able to upgrade to it for $35. DevonThink requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or higher, 256MB RAM and Safari 1.x.
Devon Technologies also noted on Tuesday the release of
DevonNote 1.6, a minor update to the 1.5 version that was published at the beginning of November. This upgrade to “DevonThink’s little brother” adds a new command for merging two or more documents into one as well as a few performance tweaks. This is a free upgrade as well — the full version is $20, and the system requirements are the same as those for DevonThink.