Denver, Colorado – Third Street Software is pleased to announce that preview releases of Sente 6.6 for Mac and iPad are now publicly available. Sente 6.6 includes several important new features, including a new library synchronization engine, support for Find-in-PDF on both platforms, and a streamlined PDF annotation interface on the iPad.
The new library synchronization engine in Sente 6.6 makes it easier than ever to create, use and share synchronized reference libraries. In the new design, every library created on any device is immediately available to be opened on all other devices. Changes made to any copy of a library are automatically available in all other copies, usually within seconds, as long as the devices are connected to the Internet.
“Most Sente users want to have their research libraries on more than one device these days.” said Chuck Coughlin of Third Street Software. “They may do most of their serious research work on their iMac or MacBook, but they also want to be able to work with their libraries on their iPad no matter where they are. The update to sync in Sente 6.6 makes this easier to achieve than it has ever been before. Even users who normally work on a single device will still want to use Sente 6.6, because it maintains an up-to-date backup of all libraries at all times. To recover from a computer disaster, just install the application, log in, and open your libraries – everything will be just as it was before the problem happened.”
Sente 6.6 also included a new PDF annotation interface on the iPad. This new interface is designed specifically for academic research, where it is often essential to collect quotations and detailed notes while reading. And, of course, all notes and highlighting created in any copy of a library are synchronized to all other copies automatically.
Sente 6.6 for Mac is available on our web site. Sente 6.6 for iPad is available in the App Store. The final release of Sente 6.6 will be available later this month.
Located in Denver, Colorado, Third Street Software, Inc. is an independent software developer dedicated to supporting academic research through the development of leading edge software for the Mac and iPad. Copyright (C) 2013 Third Street Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, iPhone, iPod, iPad and mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.