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« on: August 15, 2013, 07:01:13 am »

Yojimbo 4 gains sync, but eschews iCloud
   




   

Bare Bones Software on Wednesday released Yojimbo 4, which—at long last—adds syncing to the venerable information organizer for OS X.


Yojimbo 4 will allow syncing across multiple Macs. A sync subscription is free for the first 30 days; after that, sync costs $3 per month. The subscription renews automatically, though you can cancel from within the app at any time.


Were Yojimbo to rely upon iCloud, synchronization would be free. But, as the company has noted frequently in the press and on its own website, Bare Bones simply found that iCloud’s sync options for data just weren’t good enough.


More than a year ago, company founder Rich Siegel told Macworld, “We are hard at work on implementing iCloud synchronization in Yojimbo…” but that the company had “encountered unexpected technical challenges while bending iCloud synchronization to our will.”
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