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Jun 19

Yep

Normally: $34.00

ZOT Price: $22.95

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Get organized! Organize the paper that clutters your life. Think of Yep as iPhoto for your documents.

Yep. Deceptively simple. And remarkably powerful.

For PDFs

Photos have iPhoto. Music has iTunes. But when it comes to PDFs, you’re on your own. That is, until now. Now there is Yep and there’s no looking back.

Start Yep for the first time and it automatically shows you all your PDFs tagged based on where they were found on your hard disk. But the real fun begins when you start adding your own tags. You’ll never go back to a hierarchical filing system again.

And you might even think that iPhoto, iTunes and the Finder could learn a thing or two from Yep.

For Paper

Every house has cardboard boxes and filing cabinets full of receipts, important medical records, old letters and income tax returns, usually inconveniently stuck in the basement somewhere.

Now that Yep makes it so easy to keep all your PDF documents in one place, instantly retrievable and searchable, it might just be time to start scanning some of those paper documents into your computer and Yep will help you do it.

Reviews

“Great program! I’ve been wanting an iPhoto type application for PDF’s for a long time. So simple to use and very intuitive. Well thought out. Finally I can get rid of all this paper! Works very fast on my Intel iMac.” – Review on MacUpdate

“I’ve been keeping a paperless office for years. I started way back in OS 9 with WorkingPapers, and have tried just about every solution for the mac. Yep is the best one I’ve ever found, and I personally think it keeps getting better. Certainly worth the price to have this kind of functionality on the Mac!” – Review on MacUpdate

For more information, visit www.yepthat.com.

(Requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later).

12 Responses to “Yep”

  1. Andreas Says:

    Nice one, ZOT!

  2. Mark S Says:

    This looks like a great app! It’s also gotten pretty good reviews from Macworld (http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/macgems/2007/06/yep/index.php). Too bad I don’t have enough PDFs to make it worth it. :(

  3. gryphonent Says:

    Got it on MUpromo Mupromo a while ago… sorry MacZot, too late! Everybody else: get this app now and never look back when organizing your PDFs.

  4. kodac Says:

    your link had some extra characters in it…
    http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/macgems/2007/06/yep/index.php

  5. Rick Says:

    Yep is an amazing app, I really enjoyed the free version and this one is even better!

  6. Lizard Says:

    Bought this on MACupdate promo a week or two ago. Awesome app. If you have PDF docs all over your comp. Just demo this app and see what it can do. You may love it. I do.

  7. Natasha Says:

    I read that Yep 2.0 will be released soon. Will 1.6.2 licenses purchased through MacZot be eligible for a free upgrade to 2.0? Or will we have to pay for that upgrade?

  8. Jim Says:

    I’m a bit curious what this or even 2.0 will offer over someone just using the new Finder in Leopard with Coverflow. I cringe a bit at spending this much on software that could be replaced with somethnig free in October.

    One of the things I would like Yep to do is also handle Word formatted files. It looks like I’ll be able to do this with Leopard. Yep seems to be only pdf.

  9. Josh of Pixelton Says:

    YEP is one of the best apps out there. I enjoy collecting programs like the rest of us, but YEP is so elegant and powerful it makes organizing as much of a joy as within iTunes. For me, it has gone beyond useful and is downright essential.

    Highest recommendation! Go YEP go!

  10. kit Says:

    I was doubtful about this till I tried it. The genius of this is that it finds your pdf’s from all over the place and organizes them neatley. I found hundreds of pdf’s I could delete (many multi language ”read me’s” from Adobe) and pdf’s from long gone programs (b4 I started using AppZapper to remove programs). I also got it from the MACupdate promo recently. I believe it is a free update to V2.

  11. F451 Says:

    A very worthwhile acquisition. For those concerned about Leopard doing what YEP does, I can say in my many years of Apple OS’ (from the very beginning) that Apple typically has features that are mediocre, and best fulfilled/completed with software by others.

  12. Thorsten Says:

    Loved the free version, but bought that one without a doubt.