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Records for Mac Gets an Update – New Table View, 30 Templates, More

Records for Mac Gets an Update – New Table View, 30 Templates, More

Records Team has announced an update for Records for Mac, their popular personal database application for OS X. Records for Mac offers an easy-to-use way for anyone to collect and organize all their information, from their DVD collection to personal inventory, and more.

Records for Mac Gets an Update - New Table View, 30 Templates, More

Former users of Filemaker’s Bento personal database may want to take a look at version 1.1 of the app offers a new Table view, CSV data import and export, 30 ready to use templates. Records offers custom database creation that is as as dragging and dropping one of 15 fully-configurable fields into place on a form.

Features Include:

  • Incredibly easy, drag & drop form and database creation
  • Canvas editor lets you customize the layout and design of your forms
  • Table view lets you display, edit and sort data in a single view
  • 30  templates ready to use lets you start using Records in seconds
  • 15  fully-configurable form fields, including images, contacts, URLs and ratings
  • Powerful alignment guides help you design visually appealing forms
  • Use one of several pre-filled lists, such as countries, currencies, or credit card vendors
  • Build your own forms and choose your favorite eye-candy color theme
  • Full text search help to find instantly your data
  • Easily import, export and backup your data in CSV/TSV formats (Bento’s users are welcome)
  • Import, export and share templates with friends, family and colleagues
  • No prior database design or coding knowledge required

What’s New in Version 1.1:

  • New 30  templates ready to use
  • New Table view to display, edit and sort data in a single view
  • New Ascending and descending data sorting
  • New Star rating field
  • New CSV/TSV data import and export
  • New portrait and landscape print paper orientations
  • New German, Italian and Japanese localizations
  • New Force Touch and Haptic Feedback support
  • New User Interface design inspired by OS X 10.11 El Capitan
  • Fixed an issue where the application crashes when the user is searching using special characters
  • Fixed an issue where the List editor does not save correctly the new value for the selected list or item
  • Various improvements and performance enhancements

“There has always been a real need for a personal database app that would allow users to create and maintain databases to store their information,” says Andrea Gelati, founder of Records Team. “With Records for Mac, we’ve brought that capability to Mac users, allowing them to store the information they need to access without the need for any prior coding or database design knowledge.”

Records 1.1 for Mac is $39.99 USD and is available in the Mac App Store. [GET IT HERE] A trial version is also available for download. [DOWNLOAD TRIAL HERE]

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