updated 12:15 pm EST, Fri January 13, 2006
Onlife Beta 3
Onlife has announced the Public Beta 3 release, . Onlife is the new information manager for Mac OS X that allows users to search, visualize and organize all the content that they create and consume from one single place. The Public Beta 3 release introduces several new features such as support for more applications, an open plug-in architecture, improved tagging, and activity grouping. Other new features and upgrades include tooltips for items in day and web history views, contextual menus added to views, the option to disable check for software updates, tagging architecture modified to support del.icio.us-style tags, and the option to create web item thumbnails for web history view. Public Beta 3 now supports OmniWeb, Camino, RealPlayer, QuickTime Player, Vienna, NetNewsWire, Xcode, TextWrangler, Microsoft Word, and OmniOutliner. Onlife Public Beta 4 will be released within the next 6 weeks, and will be the last beta version before the 1.0 release candidate. The free Beta 3 version requires Mac OS X Tiger.