Punakea

Version: 1.2.1 || Release Date: 2012-02-10 || License: Shareware ($14.99) Developer: nudge:nudge | App Owner: darklight

Tag your files and bookmarks.

Punakea is a little app trying to help you cope with the day-to-day struggle of managing your files. Designed to complement Spotlight, it allows you to tag your files and bookmarks, freeing you of the strict hierarchy of the Finder's folder structure.
A "tag" is like a keyword. Tags can help you to group files which have something in common. You can assign as many tags as you wish to each file.

With its sidebar, it's always accessible with just a flick of the mouse, just drag and drop without any hassle. The tag cloud gives you a perfect view of all your tags.

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20 Opinions

omg i am so in love makes managing uni notes and work eleventy billion times easier

I'm using it right now. I'm not totally converted to using Spotlight for all my stuff (I still organize my stuff manually, but it's great for my random image collection, including stuff like my collection of Penny Arcade comics). It's nice, but I'm finding it's a little unstable. Still not that bad.

This r0x0rz my b0x0rz.

I really like the idea with this app. Makes tagging much easier. But will it scale? How many documents can punakea handle? 1000? 10 000? 100 000? What happens if every document has at least 2 different tags?

this is a tedious way to keep track of anything. it could be good if a little automation was added in, and possibly some categories

now i need 10.4

Oh man, KIT, eat your heart out! This is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. THIS is EXACTLY what i've wanted all along. All it needs is a little more robustness. Fantastic.

This is not a bad idea! It is actually a very convenient way of finding your docs etc. But it seems as if it is not working for files stored on a network disk. But it is a beta so hopefully ...

Agreement. For stashing all my various documents (especially ebooks and pdfs) this is phenomenal. I haven't started using it for tagging bookmarks (and I'm not sure I will, as del.icio.us does a fine job and is well integrated to firefox).

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