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PRESS RELEASE: Cocoatech announces Path Finder 7 release date

San Francisco, California – Cocoatech has announced the release date of Path Finder 7 for OS X- September 2nd, 2014. Pre-orders are available now on Cocoatech’s website, and include a free copy of the current Path Finder 6.

In development since mid 2013, Path Finder 7 has been a much anticipated release, with Cocoatech adding a bevy of new, beefy features that add to Path Finder’s already impressive arsenal.

Two of the most user requested features- Dropbox support and folder synchronization, are addressed in the new version, with Cocoatech adding full Dropbox integration and going above and beyond with their new “FolderSync” engine.

But that’s not all Path Finder 7 has in store.

Managing Partner and CFO Danny Saad said, “We hope to have a full list out soon, but Path Finder 7 has a ton new features, as well as improvements to current features. We wanted to improve further on what PF6 currently does, as well as add new features that users are requesting, and I think we’ve done all that and more with PF7. There are also bug fixes, UI refreshments and minor tweaks that are subtle, but improve the overall experience of the app.”

Referring to a new icon, Saad said, “Yeah, we’re working on that now actually. We’ll roll it out a few weeks before Path Finder 7’s release.

Saad also noted Path Finder 7 will be fully compatible with the upcoming 10.10 Yosemite.


Path Finder 7 officially under development

Path Finder 7

Some exciting new from us here at Cocoatech! We’ve officially begun the development process on Path Finder 7, a new version of Path Finder sure to bring new and improved functionality and features.

Stay tuned and follow along as we release more information, such as features, public betas, and dates.

We’ll also be holding open forum discussions on our support site next week, where you’ll be able to voice your opinion on both specific features in PF7, as well as talking about PF7 in general. We certainly appreciate the user input, as it plays a major role in our development process. We’ll announce these open discussions on our Twitter and Facebook pages, so be sure to follow those.

As always, you can leave feedback and vote on other ideas for PF7 on our feedback page.

Thanks for the continuous support!

-The Cocoatech Team.