Devontechnologies has updated
Devonagent, its search engine management software for Mac OS X. A free update for registered users, Devonagent costs $49.95.
Devonagent helps make the task of finding useful and working links on the Internet easier. It works with major search engines and digs through results, finding documents that are useful to you. It also summarizes accumulated knowledge and presents you with lists of the most important topics, and presents a mindmap to help you make sense of what you’ve found.
New to the 2.2 release is the ability to save addresses of all currently open Web pages in a “Workspace” you can recall later. The new version now works with Apple’s Bonjour zero-configuration networking feature. A new search engine plug-in has been added for Apple’s Cocoa-Dev mailing list, and Devonagent now works more reliably with thumbnail image galleries, wallpapers, newsfeeds, downloadble files and others, including Microsoft’s XML-based Office file formats. Other changes have also been made.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3.9 and “a reasonably fast Internet connection.” A 60-hour test drive version is available for download. Devonagent is a Universal binary.