By Steve Harris
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Together lets you keep things in one place. Text, documents, images, movies, sounds, web pages and bookmarks can all be dragged to Together for safe keeping, tagged, previewed, collected together in different ways and found again instantly.
In Together 3.5, iCloud library integration has been completely rewritten to be faster, more flexible and reliable.
New features in Together 3:
- Share libraries with iCloud on Mac, iPhone and iPad
- Use stationery to create any type of file
- Thumbnails for items
- Inbox for unfiled items
- Navigation history for the item list
- Mini Info shows just the info you need above previews
- Tab Exposé to switch between tabs visually
- Autosave and versions for edited items
- Favorites in the sidebar
- Shelf improvements
What's New in Version 3.5.9
- Fixed an issue where saving to iCloud could get stuck.
- The order of rearranged tabs is now preserved when the app is next opened.
- Fixed issues with the ordering of items in the Together menu.
- An Import Script for Microsoft Outlook is now available.
Pretty app marred by syncing issues
Together 3 has come a long way from a crashing disaster on the Mac to a reasonable information manager. However, the reliability of syncing is laughable. File conflicts are barely managed, and you’ll end up losing tags, file locations, and other metadata. Because of this, Together bounces around from my /Applications folder to the Trash, and I keep trying it again and again after each update. I don’t think I should waste my time anymore.