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Briefly: DEVONthink's major update, SPAMfighter for Mac launches
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 @ 3:52pm

In light of the upcoming release of OS X 10.9 Mavericks, DEVONtechnologies has announced the launching of its latest version of DEVONthink, its flagship information management software. DEVONthink 2.7 provides users with improved support for Markdown and formatted notes that are based on HTML, and can be edited in DEVONthink like rich text. The program is now able to encrypt metadata and all contents stored on remote sync locations such as Dropbox, WebDAV, or AFP. Other features of the update include bug fixes, keyboard shortcuts and UI refinement. Available for purchase starting at $50 for DEVONthink Personal at the App Store, and Pro versions from DEVONtechnologies' site starting at $80, all versions can be used as a trial for free prior to licensing.



System optimizers SPAMfighter Mac, FULL-DISKfighter Mac released SPAMfighter announced its release of anti-spam filtering software for Mac, SPAMfighter Mac, as well as a Mac cleaning utility, FULL-DISKfighter Mac. The company claims that SPAMfighter Mac catches 99.5 percent of all spam, and can be customized to select the emails you wish to receive, through broad settings as well as individually white- and blacklisting individual emails. SPAMfighter Mac detects languages in incoming emails, giving users that option to block entire languages if desired. FULL-DISKfighter Mac maintains one's hard drive by determining 'junk’ files, and providing tools to de-clutter, freeing up hard disk space and eliminating duplicate files. Both applications are available as a free trial, with SPAMfighter Mac's full version pricing starting at $21 for one year, and FULLDISKfighter starting at $13 for one year.

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