Found provides a lightning-fast, intuitive search experience that finds files across your Mac and personal cloud services, including Dropbox, Evernote, SkyDrive, Google Drive/Docs, and Gmail (attachments).
With a double tap of the control key, Found slides out to reveal its unique Palette user interface. Start typing and get immediate results with an instant, full-sized preview of nearly any file, even files in the cloud.
Get back to the file you just downloaded or were recently using by typing a few characters
Quickly look up a file and glance at its contents without having to dig through Finder and launch an application
No need to log into Google Drive/Docs or Gmail just to look at or re-download a file/attachment
Drag and drop search results into local folders as copies or emails as attachments
Search and preview files whether you’re online or offline
What sources does Found search?
Any folders and external drives that you choose
Evernote – multiple accounts
Google Drive/Docs and Gmail attachments – attach multiple Google accounts, both personal and Google Apps accounts
How does search work in Found?
Immediately responsive, character-by-character search
Search using just partial word prefixes – the whole word is rarely necessary. Type ‘mov’ for results with ‘movie’, ‘move’, and ‘moving’.
No hard-to-remember query commands to learn – type ‘pdf’ to look up PDF documents or ‘alan’ for Google Drive/Docs shared with Alan
Found indexes each file’s name, path, and, if applicable, email from/to/subject fields or Google Drive/Docs last-modified-by name
How secure and private is Found?
All your logins and passwords are securely stored in encrypted form in your Mac’s Keychain
Found connects your Mac directly to your personal cloud services with no intermediary to index your personal data
All searching is done locally on your Mac. No server is involved.