updated 06:13 pm EDT, Thu March 27, 2014
DevonTechnologies updates DevonThink and DevonNote to version 2.7.4
DevonTechnologies has released a maintenance update today for both DevonThink and DevonNote apps. Apple's colored labels for marking files are more controllable in v2.7.4, with option to use old-style tinting, a bubble around the document name, or as colored dot. All editions of DevonThink now allow one to annotate PDFs with lines and arrows. Creation date and user name are automatically added to new annotations, and sharing documents with friends can now be done through newly supported AirMail.
Other changes in version 2.7.4 focus on appearance and enhanced usability, with multiple selected items highlighted in a clearer manner, the Instagram reformation option of the Clip to DevonThink web browser extension is more properly named, and menu items that show recent destinations or favourites avoid ambiguity. DevonThink Pro Office's ScanSnap integration is now more reliable on OS X Mavericks, and improved drag-and-drop is offered for not-so-well integrated Mac apps like Firefox. Pricing begins at $25 for DevonNote, with DevonThink Personal is $50, DevonThink Pro $80, and DevonThink Pro Office is priced at $150.
Runtastic GPS Running, Walking, and Fitness Tracker updates
Fitness and GPS tracker app, Runtastic has received an update today, offering an improved app design and navigation. Runtastic tracks the time, distance, speed, elevation change, calories and other statistical data related to sports and fitness activities like running, biking and walking. Runtastic v5.0 includes a revised structure and design , with new automatic sync and hydration features. Some features previously available only to "Pro" version subscribers, such as a music player and live tracking and cheering, are now free. Runtastic requires iOS 7.0 or later, and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.