ForeverSave 2

Version: 2.1.5 || Release Date: 2015-11-19 || License: Shareware ($19.99) Developer: Tool Force Software | App Owner: toolforcesoftware

Universal auto-save and backup versioning for all documents.

ForeverSave is the first application featuring a revolutionary method to save all your documents you are working on. An advanced backup management offers the opportunity to browse through all of your saved versions.

You know the scenario: You’re working on documents for hours and without any notice your documents get lost because of an application crash or unintentional overwriting -- until now.
With ForeverSave, losing documents becomes history. Only a few clicks and your personal lifesaver is ready for protecting you from any tragedies. All your documents are being saved and backed up automatically. You don't need to care about hitting save shortcuts anymore.

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4 Opinions

Nice program. Purchased almost immediately after trying. Simple versioning which is about all I need. I use dropbox as well but this works great for files I don't want on the cloud.

There is this thing called "Time Machine" that comes pre-installed with Leopard for free.... I think that the Time Machine is better but this is just my opinion...

ForeverSave really puts versioning into the hands of the common man. I loved the idea of EverSave when it first came out, but too risky to have it constantly saving over my files… In my life, I find it more likely that it would save at an inopportune time, and I'd lose my way… Anyhow, for a very (in my opinion) manageable price, ForeverSave solves this issue with a solid versioning system.

I'd actually like to see versioning developed a little more… As it stands, I don't think I can (for instance) mark a version in the browser to hold on to… If I want to take a project in a drastically different direction, it would be nice to sort of 'mark my place' in FS and never have that version get deleted.

Also, I'd like to see the QuickLook support improved… It works mostly like Finder, but misses one key element… Once I'm in the QL view, I can't flip through my revision list using the cursor keys… Makes using QL tedious.

Finally, would like to see it all in one unified window.