[prMac.com] Moscow, Russian Federation – Vostok company today is proud to announce the release of Taxonomy 2 for Mac OS X. Taxonomy is an application for file sorting. It was specially designed to make file sorting quick and easy. The application shows the contents of the sortable folder file by file with preview and panel with storage folders. It takes nothing but to press a key to put a file to the storage folder or to delete it. And you see the next file in folder.
Taxonomy version 2.0 has a number of new features, which makes file sorting more fast and easy. File arrangement options allows the user to order files by name, type, size, creation and modification dates. The Grid preview helps to move or copy multiple files at a time. It shows file thumbnails and allows to choose thumbnail size and list. And now it’s possible to undo actions.
Full list of new features:
* Multiple files operations
* File grid view
* Choose file arrangement type
* Undo operations
* Rename files
* Folder size calculation
* File system changes monitoring
* Show/Hide Background settings
* Show/Hide Hidden files settings
* Permanent file deletion confirmation dialog
* Built-in Help
“Thanks to all users for their feedback and feature suggestions. It’s very important for us,” says Andrey Zarembo-Godzyatskiy, CEO of Vostok. “Our main goal is to make handy sorting tool keeping in simple.”
* Mac OS X 10.7 and later
* 64-bit processor
* 5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Taxonomy 2 may be purchased on the Mac App Store and on the Taxonomy website for $4.99 (USD). A 15-day trial version is available.Taxonomy 2.0
Purchase and Download (MAS)
YouTube Video (Sample)
Press Kit (zip)
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