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Webjimbo 2.5 adds support for Yojimbo 2.2, Safari 5

updated 01:05 pm EDT, Wed June 23, 2010

Version 2.5 adds updated interface

Flying Mac has updated its remote access utility for Bare Bone's Yojimbo personal information manager, launching Webjimbo 2.5. The software allows users to view and edit their Yojimbo data from anywhere - via web browser, iPhone or iPad. Yojimbo stores information across numerous filetypes, like PDFs, images, web archives, rich text notes, bookmarks and both passwords and serial numbers. It uses tags, collections and labels for fast organization.

The v2.5 update adds compatibility with Yojimbo 2.2 and Safari 5. It also adds an updated interface and simplified naming. Yojimbo 2.2 added a sidekick feature which creates web archives that can be accessed via the iPhone. Webjimbo exceeds sidekick, letting users add and edit items remotely, adding Passwords and web archives as well. The software also offers search capabilities via the web.

Webjimbo works with Mac OS X 10.5 or later and Yojimbo 2.2. It costs $30, with a $60 family license available as well.

by MacNN Staff



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