If you don’t know Ironic Software, they’re the makers of Leap and Yep. Don’t know Leap and Yep? Well, first of all they’re both apps made exclusively for Mac OS X, so Windows users need not pay attention, or you’ll be sorry you’re missing out on such great software.
Yep! tag your PDF documents
Anyway, Yep was first out of the bush. It is intended for indexing and tagging your huge PDF document collection. With some artificial intelligence (smart tagging) to help get you organized. Then came Leap, which does the same and more, but for your whole computer. It intends to replace or at least assist Finder and Spotlight for all your daily file navigation. And trust me, it works, with Leap you find files you didn’t know you still had, and when you look for something, chances are Leap will easily let you dig it out from those folders deep.
Speaking of deep, here’s Deep!
Deep is for navigating your images. Deep puts some semantics into to the mix, letting you search by color swatches! Need to find that cool pic you snapped of that hot red Ferrari last year? It’s there for you in an instant. Need to find color matches, so you have another image with the same color hue, perfect for that layout you’re working on? Yes, Deep lets you find similarly colored images. Only need wide images, excluding vertical images? No problem, Deep lets you choose. Oh, you only want large images, suitable for print? No prob… Well, you get it by now I assume;-)