Developer: Vortimac Software LLC

Current Version: 2.7.2

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 4.8 MB - Download


Dossier is a full featured information organizational tool for the Mac featuring an easy to use and customizable user interface. It is the ideal tool for keeping notes, to-do lists, passwords, or virtually anything else. It supports easy import of images and various other file formats - just drag and drop.

Key features of Dossier:

• 128 bit encryption - lock individual entries or entire folders
• Hierarchical data storage with unlimited nesting allow you to keep organized.
• Smart folders allow you to set up searches that constantly track information that interests you, as well as keep data organized in multiple ways
• Multiple document, multiple window editing interface
• Drag and drop import of most popular file formats (images, text, pdf, etc.)
• Customizable windows allows vertical and horizontal views and separate entry editing
• Prints entire documents, folders, or entries easily
• Export to multiple formats (text, rtf, word) - no vendor lock in
• Spotlight integration
• Linking not only to web pages, but also to other entries within Dossier
• Auto creation of links and entries using Wiki style links
• Integrated calendar allows you not only to see when entries were created, but also click on days to see the entries for that day
• Integrated spelling and grammar checker, text substitutions and transformations, text-to-speech - all the great features you expect from a top-notch Cocoa application


Release Notes:

- Fixes various bugs in the calendar while running under El Capitan (OS X 10.11).
- Updates to the import function
- Updated old code that was deprecated on later OS releases


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.5
Review by ChrisSimmons

Great app - I've been using Memoir (their other product) for about 5 years, and it worked well. I took the opportunity to upgrade to Dossier on the app store, and I couldn't be happier. Smart folders and the ability to set up multiple views are great. I should also mention that with Memoir, the developers were always willing to discuss issues and features with me, and a couple of suggestions I had even made it into the later versions of their products. All around, well worth the money!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 2.5
Review by ChristosJK

Man... I want my money back... Crashes and Unreliable - The system failed several time the first time I tried to use it. I would like my $20 back but fat chance of that... Thanks for nothing... Don't waste you money

Found helpful by 3 out of 7 people