Unknown in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7


Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

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Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

iOrganize is the perfect application to store all the notes, ideas, text extracts, web links… you find while working daily, but without knowing exactly what to do with them.

Version 6.2.4
Status Unknown

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[ Fredrik O]Fredrik OAnonymous 16 Nov 2012 10:54

I have experienced lots of crashes and odd behaviour with iOrganize 6.2.4 and Mountain Lion (10.8.2), so beware.

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Lion (10.7) Comments

[ roksob]roksobAnonymous 26 Jul 2011 02:40

I have written to the developer and asked this question.
He has not replied.

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[ roksob]roksobAnonymous 01 Aug 2011 03:22

I have upgraded to Lion on my 2008 MacBook Pro. I have not done any extensive testing, but iOrganize appears to be working as it should. I have had no trouble running the app; reading and changing documents created by the app under Snow Leopard; or, creating and saving new documents.

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[ ajrubyo]ajrubyoAnonymous 22 Sep 2011 19:53

roksob: I've been putting off upgrading to Lion for, among a few other reasons, the fear that iOrganize wouldn't be supported or even able to run. I have years worth of saved info on that application, I love it, so if you are telling me that it runs on Lion, that will make my decision much easier. However I have created docs in it for many years so I wonder if only the most recent would be saved? Mine is 5.3.1, newer editions did not work well on my 2009 iMac, so I kept the earlier version. Works fine, if a bit slow, in Snow Leopard, but I don't need much speed in this app. I too have not been able to get a reply from Bruno Blondeau, the developer.

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[ Tim H in B.C.]Tim H in B.C.Anonymous 14 Oct 2011 18:10

I am getting a lot of crashes with iOrganize on Lion.
No updates since OS10.5
This doesn't look good.

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