FilePane - File Management Utility
By Sergii Iamkovyi
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FilePane is a lightweight, versatile multi-tool for quick file management.
It helps you increase workflow efficiency by adding file editing, sharing and management options to Drag-and-Drop.
The app has a minimalist, intuitive UI, which blends in well with Yosemite.
Just start dragging a file or text and drop it into "Drop Here" panel, showing near your cursor.
FilePane detects the file type and offers some quick actions for it.
With FilePane you can easily:
- crop, rotate, resize, convert, compress images on the fly;
- share content (e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, Airdrop);
- set, store desktop pictures;
- quickly copy/move files to your custom popular destinations;
- copy file size or path to clipboard;
- see word and glyph count and various other handy options for highlighted text;
- converting Text documents to PDF;
- create new Folders, RTF, TXT, Excel and Word files, where you need them
Every single action is just one-two clicks away!
FilePane is not bound to Finder only, as it may seem at first glance. It works with other apps, too!
For example, in Safari you can easily save, edit, share, e-mail any image on the fly.
Or quickly sort/save/share/edit/ organise your e-mail attachments.
For questions or suggestions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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What's New in Version 1.8.1
- UI optimisations for Yosemite;
- optimisations for image drag&drop from Safari and other apps;
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- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Feb 18, 2015
- Version: 1.8.1
- Size: 2.4 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Sergii Iamkovyi
- © mymixapps.com 2014
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor