macOS -Together 3.6


Product Announcement – Reinvented Software of Swansea, United Kingdom has released Together 3.6 for Mac, bringing iCloud to the directly sold version for the very first time.

Together is for collecting, organizing and searching all kinds of files. Just about anything can be added to Together for safe keeping, tagged, previewed, collected together in different ways and found again instantly. With iCloud, Together libraries can be seamlessly shared with other Macs and iOS devices. Changes made on one device will automatically appear on others.

With macOS Sierra, Apple has made iCloud available to all apps, whether or not they have been purchased through the Mac App Store, and Together 3.6 makes that a reality, meaning that anyone who has purchased Together 3 and is using Sierra can now use iCloud, and those who purchased version 2 of Together from anywhere can get a discounted upgrade directly from Reinvented Software.

In addition to the iCloud changes, Together 3.6 adds new library management features, improvements for smart groups in iCloud, the ability to import many kinds of text documents as notes, and a variety of other improvements to many areas of the app. Together 1.6 for iPad and iPhone was also released last week with new features such as Spotlight content searching, improved text formatting for notes and rich documents, updating smart groups, an improved Share extension and more.

Together 3.6 for Mac costs $49.99 (USD) and is available from the Mac App Store.It is a free upgrade for all Together 3 users and requires macOS Sierra. A 15-day trial is available for download from the Reinvented Software web site. Together 1.6 for iPad and iPhone is $9.99 from the App Store, and requires iOS 10.

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