It’s a single app that stores, organizes, edits, and previews almost every file you have on a Mac.
Even better, it’s drop dead easy to use, and has the best drag-and-drop interface ever. Every piece of information you can think of can be dropped into Together and organized however you want. It’s that good, that intuitive.
And except for one blemish, you’ll love it, too. Trust me.
Together stores all these pieces of information you gather through the day in one place. Documents, text, files, graphics, photos, movies, web pages, bookmarks, notes, audio, video clips, PDFs. Whatever.
It keeps it all in a Mail-like, iTunes-like, iPhoto-like Library so anything is easy to find with a quick search. But, you can also organize all or any of the pieces into folders and sub-folders however you want.
This is just so cool. Simple Toolbar. Simple Library access. Simple groups of folders.
Is that great, or what?
Here’s what’s even better. How do you get all those pieces of information into Together? The pop out shelf. Grab an item and move it the side of your Mac’s screen. Together pops out a shelf from the side.
Drop whatever and Together grabs it and saves it appropriately. There’s not even a click. Drag. Drop. Done.
Together can encrypt documents for extra security. Everything is indexed by Spotlight so finding anything is instantly quick. But, you can create folders and folders within folders to organize all your information as you see fit.
There’s just one thing wrong with Together. There’s no iPhone or iPad version. It’s Mac only. If you do all your work on the Mac, you’ll love Together. If you’re into mobile iDevices, you’ll lament that there’s not a portable version, and that’s all it’s missing.