DEVONthink To Go

DEVONthink To Go

By DEVONtechnologies, LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2010-10-28
  • Current Version: 2.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 127.49 MB
  • Developer: DEVONtechnologies, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
Score: 4
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Description

DEVONthink To Go is the mobile document management solution for iPad and iPhone. Store and organize your important documents on the go. Synchronize your data directly on the local network, via Dropbox, or any WebDAV server with DEVONthink for Mac. Strong encryption and app-wide Face ID/Touch ID/PIN code security 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 - Use your documents from the iOS 11 Files app - Open, edit, and save documents from any application that supports file providers - Capture notes, images, bookmarks - Edit plain text files, RTF documents, and formatted notes (based on HTML) - Edit and annotate PDFs (requires one-time in-app purchase) - Edit tables (requires one-time in-app purchase) - Link to your documents from other apps supporting URLs - Search using a powerful search language - Synchronize 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 and is integrated with Readdle Scanner Pro.

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  • Love this App

    5
    By Funkrates
    Helps me prepare for court and hearings
  • Awesome

    4
    By shawsome.brian
    This app is a lot like Evernote, but using your own storage, which is much safer. Plus, once you buy it, you OWN it. No per device licensing or plus plan required. I’d love to give a more informative review, but I’m just getting started with Devonthink. I’ll update review once I’m more familiar with it. It’s also a really awesome markdown editor. 👍🏼
  • (Was) Awesome for Academic Research

    2
    By DanoSchmano
    v2.5 - Update to 2 Stars - Key Feature Broken Not happy that the latest update has broken the ability to use any external PDF-annotation app (e.g., PDF Expert, etc.) — external apps just crash when trying to edit. In the middle of term-paper research, so the timing is definitely *not* good. I have purchased the DTTG PDF option, but it is not in the same league as PDF Expert. Hope you his bug gets fixed quickly. v2.4 - Was 5 Stars Using DTP Office & this app to manage my research. Love how external PDF reading/editing apps can access the database through the Files app now. Makes organizing & keeping things in sync much easier. If you have a lot of information to keep organized, I highly recommend their Mac/iOS suite of software. P. S. - See MacDrifter’s blog posts for details on wiring the apps up (it’s far from obvious as they are so powerful)
  • I spent all this money and all I got was a revolution in my workflow

    5
    By themanchicken
    So, I’m going to start with this: this suite of applications is very expensive. If you’re not a content-heavy professional, it may be too expensive for you. On the phone, this app is good for reading and clipping, but not much else. On the iPad, holy moley is it useful! I can clip a PDF of a webpage and draw on it, I can bookmark links and work directly in the application. Tonight I spent three hours marking up design documents and requirements using nothing but my iPad!! That all required the Pro features, though. A couple of needs: - You need to save cookies. My corporate documents are behind 2FA, and the resetting of all cookies each time I go to another document is just hard. I’m constantly having to enter my password and manage a push notification - let me resize text bubbles! - work better with OmniGraffle and OmniOutliner, please. I use those tools a lot. - work on the file management a bit more, please. It’s hard to only see one folder at a time. - needs outlook support This app is really useful, I’m glad I bought it. I hope you don’t release the new version next week and make me pay for it, though. This stuff is expensive.
  • Worthless

    1
    By witzed
    Been using the os app for years but it’s useless for syncing. Stick to the os version, which is buggy and expensive but works most of the time.
  • Best document manager for Mac OS and iOS

    5
    By DadaStar2
    This is hands down the best document manager app, both on Mac OS and iOS. While the MacOS version clearly needs a GUI refresh as it feels much outdated today, the mobile app is just perfect. It is elegant, intuitive, simple to use, and a daily joy to see and work with. Last but not least, DEVONthink always provides great support, too.
  • Great !

    5
    By Jeff-GoLeafs-2016
    I used evernote for years, a decade or more. I had heard of DEVONthink, but always along the lines that yes it is a good program / app, but it is too complicated. So when evernote starting playing fast and loose and continued to refuse encryption, I dabble with a few others and was on Apple Notes (after the rewrite) and Together and later Keep It. As I have over 6,000 notes in about two dozen Notebooks – well now we call them Groups, the others did not sync well. DT is EXCELLENT. DT is NOT complicated. My main database is on my MacBook Pro, and it syncs with my iPad, phone, and Mac Mini with Bonjour. I am not rocket scientist, and had the sync up and running in minutes. I use a ScanSnap scanner to get actual paper into the system. There are TONS of additional ways to save to DT. The search excellent. My dad always said the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago – My only problem with DEVONthink was not switching sooner.
  • Data Storage

    1
    By Apple Product User 3279
    DEVONthink is complicated. It is the type of app you have to have someone that specializes in it. I am using it still as a trial. My concern is that I don’t know what it is doing. My fear is that if my hard drive fails, I will find out that the only place my files existed were on that drive. Syncing with Dropbox remains mysterious. Syncing with iCloud is non existent.
  • Truly professional software

    5
    By AutomationWeirdo
    If you need a document management solution that can support detailed notes, complex and varied documents, and a range of file types, look no further.
  • Versatile and effective

    5
    By LAFontFan
    Great way to store and organize all sorts of files. I especially like the ability to drag an e-mail from Apple Mail into a folder (“group”) and then read the e-mail (fully formatted) inside of DEVONthink.

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