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|Technology - Software|
|Thursday, 02 August 2012 04:14|
Who does not use Google Docs? The service is very efficient but the truth is that their web interface is not yet convinced, and the official Google Drive application either. An excellent choice for all Mac users who want to use GDocs and Drive without having to lean out the web is Archy , a simple and elegant to manage these documents from OS X.
Its interface is very simple to use (to me his lines remind me vaguely of Twitter for Mac) and although very intuitive, Archy does not let any of the functions you can use via the web to the point that you can manage everything from the desktop . Provide permission, organize folders, see the users with whom we shared the documents, all that concerns the management of documents is there.
Documents can be dragged and dropped into the window to join Google Docs (drag & drop), and the timing and will be kept alone, with the possibility of notifications when you finish the process. As the official implementation of Google Drive, you can not create documents within the application, but set it to choose which program opens.
One of its attractions is that you can edit offline. Those who were looking for a good application to manage everything without giving up features or complicated web probably stay with Archy.
For now was made in beta and is scheduled for release in September 2012 in the App Store. It is developed by two Spanish, Marc Cercós, co-founder of eyeOS, and Giuseppe Basile, who are now collecting all the reviews and comments from users to bring it about. It can be downloaded from the official website of Archy .