DEVONthink To Go
iOS Universal Productivity
DEVONthink To Go is the mobile companion to DEVONthink for Mac. Take your databases with you and organize your documents on the go. Synchronize your data directly on the local network, via Dropbox, or any WebDAV server. Strong encryption keeps your private data private.
DEVONthink is the no. 1 application on the Mac for document and information management. It is used by information workers in education, research, law, consulting, and governments anywhere from home offices to corporations.
Use DEVONthink To Go to:
- Browse and view your documents
- Organize your files
- Open, edit, and save documents from any application that also supports iCloud Drive
- Capture notes, images, bookmarks
- Edit plain text files, RTF documents, and formatted notes (based on HTML)
- Annotate PDFs (requires one-time in-app purchase)
- Link to your documents from other apps supporting URLs
- Search using a powerful search language
- Sync with DEVONthink for Mac or other iOS devices running DEVONthink To Go 2
Learn more about DEVONthink To Go and how to get started on the DEVONtechnologies web site.
DEVONthink To Go supports TextExpander touch snippet expansion.
This release adds support for directly sending scans from Readdle Scanner Pro to DEVONthink To Go. Version 2.1.4 features a completely rewritten "Action" menu for sharing documents and makes scrolling vertically through long PDFs much more comfortable. Markdown documents can use local CSS stylesheets, too, and the document provider extension is available on iOS 9 now.
- Support for directly sending scans from Readdle Scanner Pro to DEVONthink To Go (requires Scanner Pro 7.1.3 or later).
- "Action" menu completely rewritten and based on the iOS activity controller.
- Better vertical scrolling through long PDFs with a 'grabber'.
- Markdown documents can use CSS stylesheets.
- PDF library updated for improved reliability.
- Issue where entering a WebDAV password using 1Password didn't release the Save button without typing something else.
- Issue where it was possible to move pending records between databases.
- Issue where not all databases could be renamed from the database list.
- Issue where RTFs with tables could be edited and so damage the document.
- Issue where some 'create' URL commands didn't use the "location" parameter.
- Issue where the document provider extension wasn't available on iOS 9.
- Issue where the duplicate detection was updated unnecessarily on app launch.
- Issue where the title of PDFs sent by printing contained percent-encoded characters.
- Issue where the URL embedded into web archives showed the URL of the used decluttering service.