Kim Pomares
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Pomares reviewed on 03 Apr 2014
MacUpdate direct link is broken. I found the app here though:

https://www.bourier.org/node/25

BUT! the app crashes on Mavericks. Something about not being able to run some Java code.
[Version 100.0]



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+3

Pomares reviewed on 27 Jan 2012
A god send.
[Version 3.1]



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Pomares reviewed on 14 Dec 2011
Love Visor mode, but the best feature is the split mode. I have been doing a lot of transferring of files between two drives lately. Time and Sanity saver.
[Version 1.3.2]



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+3

Pomares reviewed on 14 May 2009
Have used Notebook and DevonThink for a while. Both of them I selected for their in-line linking features, despite their ugly interfaces. DevonThink 2 is coming out soon and looks a little better, but Pagico is simply gorgeous and it is a big deal to me.

I found Pagico's inline linking features to be its only weakness as far as data management is concerned. I want to be able to select a piece of text and make it a link to another topic. That is not possible in v.3 and the developer indicated that while they agreed that this would be the ideal way of doing inline-linking, they had not been able to develop this feature.

The way Pagico handles the cataloging of files is simple and elegant. And v.4 is supposed to make it even better. Pagico will take in just about any file you give it.

It is cross-platform. Moving to or from Windows, moving to or from Mac, moving to or from Linux is seamless. I can't think of any other PIM program that will do that for you.

Did I say the interface is gorgeous and intuitive? Well, it IS a big deal.

Now, Pagico does more than just help you organize your files, it also handles contacts and to-do lists. I use Things to manage my projects and tasks. It follows the GTD principles more closely. Pagico, with workarounds, will give you almost eveything GTD you need but you can tell that it is not meant to be a task management program primarily.

Finally, to me the most attractive feature of Pagico (besides it's beautiful interface ?) is the way it uses tags to catalog your files. It's Tag browser, named TagExploré, is very intuitive. It took me a while to figure out how it works, but now that I do, it feels like the model that matches the most closely the way I organize things in my head. Not just simple and elegant, it is very powerful!
[Version 3.3]



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