We're delighted to reveal that Curiosity is now available for Mac and Linux. If you use cloud apps that Spotlight can't search (like Slack or Gmail), then now is your chance to find everything easily! 🍏
Some people love open-source tools and we support that! To help them out we added support for Open-Office documents (.ODT, .ODP, .ODS).
Sometimes you want to open a file quickly. Other times you want to open the folder where it's saved. Now Curiosity lets you do that. 📂
You know that feeling when you can't wait to connect a source to Curiosity and you want to do it right now? We have that sometimes, too. 😉
Well, we have good news for you: Now you can connect new sources simply by typing connect and the app name into the command bar. Leave no source unconnected. ✌️
Nobody likes waiting, especially for search results. So you don't have to: Curiosity now returns results instantly as you type. Huray! ⚡
Searching through emails for attachments or contacts is annoying. Happily, now you don't have to any more. Curiosity organises your contacts so it's easy to find everything you need, whether it's your next meeting, files you exchanged, and much more.
What's 1827 divided by 365? Not sure? Not a problem.
Now you can use the Curiosity command bar for calculations. Just type your calculation and hit enter to copy the result to your clipboard.
User guide on calculations
P.S. The answer is 5.01. 😉
Do things faster! Now you can use Curiosity to create documents on the fly. Just type "document" and hit enter. It works with Google Drive, OneDrive, Sharepoint, and more are coming soon.
Keyboard shortcuts are personal. We like Alt+Space for opening the command bar, but you might prefer something else. Now you can customize the Curiosity keyboard shortcut to your heart's content.
If you switch between programs a lot, then this update is for you: Now you can launch any program without touching the mouse. Just hit Alt + Space to call up the commad bar, start typing the program name, and we have liftoff! 🏎
Sometimes your files need a bit more space. The sidebar is now collapsible so they have all the space they need. It looks very neat and tidy, too. Win-win.
Curiosity has a new look! 💄 We gave the app a major overhaul to make it friendlier and easier to use. Now it's prettier than ever and waiting to be used... by you!
Check out our user guide on setting up IMAP email accounts to learn how to setup your email account.
We added support for GitHub to let you find issues more quickly and focus on writing code. We're looking forward to using this one ourselves! 🎉
Many of us spend our days doing email in Microsoft Outlook (O365). Now finding emails in Outlook became easy: Curiosity lets you search your emails and attachments. Happy finding! 💌
Was that file on my hard drive or Dropbox? Now it doesn't matter any more: We added an integration for Dropbox so you can search both places at once.
We added support for Gmail. Because obviously.
Now you can easily find emails and attachments, to spend less time searching and more time getting stuff done.
Keeping track of things between lots of projects can be challenging. That's where Spaces come in: They give you a handy way to gather things in one place. You can add files, contacts, emails to a Space and then search there. You can even download all the files in a Space as a Zip file.
Note: Creating a Space won't change where things are stored, they're just a handy place to organize things.
With the latest update, we've added a lot of new filtering functionality to the search bar. That helps you get to where you're going faster without taking your hands of the keyboard.
Here are some of the things you can filter by:
Come to the dark side! Curiosity now comes with dark mode. Check settings under the ⚙ icon to turn Curiosity dark.
Curiosity aims to help you be more productive by focusing on your workflow. Switching apps to find a document or start another program is always a distraction, so we're excited to release the Command bar.
Now you can open the Command bar from anywhere by hitting ALT+SPACE (Mac: ⌥+SPACE) to search all your apps and docs without breaking your flow.
In the future, we'll be adding more exciting functionality to the Command bar so stay tuned!
User guide on the command bar
We added support for Slack. Now you can search messages and attachments, or quickly jump into a channel.
Slack is wonderful and we can't imagine life without it... but it can get a bit messy at times. We hope the integration helps you manage the mess and focus on the most enjoyable parts of Slack.