Fresh manages your recent items, plus system-wide tagging

Posted on February 26, 2009. Filed under: Tech News | Tags: , |

By Jay Hathaway


Fresh is a great little Mac app from Ironic Software — probably better known for their file browser, Leap — that gives you easy access to “fresh” items on your Mac. When you click on Fresh, all your recent downloads and recently edited files are right in front of you in an attractive dock-like display. If you want to keep a file fresh, so it’s always quickly available, just drag it to the “cooler” section of the Fresh dock.

You can customize what shows up in Fresh by filtering out specific files or file types — if you never want Fresh to show you applications, for example. Everything in the Fresh dock can be dragged into other apps, like Finder or Mail. With a right-click on any file, you can also tag it. This is great because you can now find that file by tag either using Fresh or by searching in the Finder.

So, with Fresh, you get a recent file manager and a system-wide tagger in one. Not a bad deal, especially considering that you can have Fresh for free right now at Macheist. That’s some smooth promotion by Ironic, because Fresh is even more useful in conjunction with their slick-looking system-wide file browser, Leap.

Source: downloadsquad


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