Yojimbo 3 and Yojimbo for iPad Released

Yojimbo, the venerable “catch-all” software for the Mac has been updated to version 3. While the change notes are lengthy, the headline features are built-in scanning support and the ability to sync with a new iPad app.

The new iPad app — the first for Bare Bones — syncs with Yojimbo on the Mac via Bonjour, but it just syncs one way. Information in the iPad app is read-only. In an interview with Cult of Mac’s Giles Turnbull, Bare Bones’ Rich Siegel said two-way sync is coming:

Two-way data sync is a complicated problem to solve, but we do intend to solve it in time. There are certain things that iOS doesn’t support yet, but when it does, we shall make use of them.

The iPad app is $9.99 on the App Store.

Article via Cult of Mac.

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