updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue November 10, 2009
Also adds array of smaller improvements
Bare Bones has released v2.1 of Yojimbo, its Mac organizational utility. The software centralizes miscellaneous scraps of information, such as notes, images, bookmarks and PDF documents. Content can be sorted by category, or else by tag, which allows filtering through the Tag Explorer.
Version 2.1 supports various text features enabled by Snow Leopard, such as automatic spelling correction, text substitution, and data detectors for items like addresses. The Drop Dock is now visible in Expose, and Speech and Transforms commands have been added to the edit menu, while text view contextual menus have been added for notes. Various bugfixes target problems likes crashes, memory leaks and importing iTunes URLs.
Yojimbo 2.1 costs $39 new, or $20 as an upgrade from v1.x. Requirements include Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later, along with a MobileMe account if using cross-computer sync. A free trial version is also available.