A powerful and lightning-fast application that enables you to instantly find files across your Mac and personal cloud services
Thanks to Found your search experience will never be the same, once you double tap the control key you are ready to type in the name of the file or application you want to find. The results are instantly displayed in the list while the full-sized preview window allows you to view almost any type of file.
By using Found you can effortlessly search for files through your Dropbox, SkyDrive or Google Drive folders. What is more, Found is capable to search for files in your Gmail attachments, Google Docs and even Evernote notes.
From Found’s user-friendly Palette interface you can quickly find files and view their storage location and folder path. As mentioned earlier, you can have a quick look at the selected file, drag it and drop it anywhere you want, including folders and application windows. Hence, you can easily attach files to your emails or open a file in the desired app.
The context menu helps you open the file or show it in the Finder. You can also use the pre-defined keyboard shortcuts to perform the same actions even faster. The best part about Found, is that you can search and preview files and notes whether you are online or offline.
Furthermore, Found offers support for multiple internal and external hard drives as well as Google and Evernote accounts. The Preferences window helps you change the default hotkey, change the menubar icon color and configure Found to automatically start at login.
If you need to add more search folders or a Dropbox, SkyDrive, Evernote, Google Drive, Google Docs or Gmail account, you can access the Sources tab and manage all your search locations.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on February 19th, 2014
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What's New in This Release:
- Performance improvements and bug fixes in Evernote search.
Application descriptionFound is a very easy to use application that will help you find exactly what you need, no matter if the file is stored...