DEVONthink Pro Office is a knowledge base, information manager, and much more. In today’s world, everything is digital. From shopping receipts to important research papers, your life often fills your hard drive in the form of emails, PDFs, Word documents, multimedia files, and more. Questions eventually pop up, like where do you store all of this stuff? How do you organize these very different file types, and even better, how do you find the exact file you’re looking for the second you need it? It’s almost as if you need a second brain just to keep your digital life straight.
DEVONthink is the solution to the digital age conundrum. It is your second brain, the one and only database for all your digital files, be they PDFs, emails, Word docs, or even multimedia files. Boasting a refined artificial intelligence, DEVONthink is exceedingly flexible and adapts to your personal needs. And if the files are not digital yet, digitize them with DEVONthink Pro Office.
Use it as your document repository, your filing cabinet, your email archive, or your project organizer; DEVONthink can do it all. You can even collect and organize data from the Web for your own use, enrich it with sound and movie files from your hard drive, and then export the finished product as a Web site or to an Apple Pages document to print, should you so desire. Or copy the content to your iPod! The possibilities are only as limited as your imagination.
DEVONthink Professional Office extends DEVONthink Pro with three additional modules: Pro-grade email archiving, paper capture including optical character recognition, and integrated Web sharing (search only.)
- Improved indexing of EPUB 3 and Tinderbox files.
- Improved support for text clippings created on macOS Sierra and later.
- Improved overall reliability and added workarounds for macOS Mojave.
- Database changes are applied more quickly. This can be especially helpful with regularly updated databases, like those having RSS feeds.
- Importing only the metadata of databases requires up to 90 percent less temporary disk space.
- Improved multi-threading reliability and performance.
- Improved efficiency of iCloud support, potentially reducing CPU and battery usage.
- iCloud has now a higher priority than Dropbox and WebDAV in case of multiple sync locations synchronizing the same databases.
- Pending items are automatically requested once from other sync locations to complete uploads to sync stores, if necessary.
- Fixed an issue where importing UNIX mailboxes no longer worked in version 2.10.
- Fixed an issue where importing email would cause the application to stall (macOS Sierra).
- Fixed an issue where custom icons of PDF documents were being displayed with a border.
- Fixed an issue where the "display group selector" AppleScript command didn't work.
- Fixed glitches related to the icon displayed in the Info panel.
- Fixed an issue where adding an iCloud sync location via the popup menu added the location twice.
- Fixed an issue where auto-completion of existing sync store names of WebDAV locations didn't work.
- Fixed an issue where the time of the last successful sync was incorrectly updated after a sync error.
- Fixed an issue where pending files were not downloaded reliably.
- Fixed a rare crash with local sync stores (macOS High Sierra).
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor