Data management app DEVONthink's big update adds syntax highlighting and more
What you need to know
- DEVONthink is a tool for saving anything and then organizing and searching it.
- The app received a big update today.
- Users can now enjoy syntax highlighting and more.
DEVONthink is arguably the "everything bucket" Mac app that started it all. Long before Evernote arrived, people were using DEVONthink to store just about anything and then search for it later. The app's come a long way in recent years and today it took another jump forward with version 3.5.
The update, free to existing users, adds a ton of new features with syntax highlighting likely one that will grab a lot of attention. DEVONthink 3.5 also gains improved OCR technology to make everything nice and searchable, too.
Annotations made on PDF documents can now be searched, with other improvements coming alongside the requisite bug fixes and performance improvements.
You can get a full rundown of all of the DEVONthink 3.5 changes over in the announcement blog post. There's plenty to get your teeth into!
Existing DEVONthink users can get the update from the in-app update mechanism, while those looking to take it for a spin can download it from the website. There's a handy trial available if you want to take it for a spin, too.
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