TagoMan for Mac helps you easily access files even if you don't have the time to meticulously place them in their appropriate folders. With this app you can tag not only files, but also e-mails, notes, and links.
Familiar and intuitive user interface: TagoMan for Mac somewhat resembles the Finder window of Mac, so you should easily figure out how to use it.
Tagging opens a variety of usage possibilities: Through tags, TagoMan for Mac can serve as your note manager. The application has its own note-taking feature but it can manage other notes by tagging them. It can also track documents that need to be submitted or completed through a scheme of tags and manual reordering. A great advantage of the app is that tagging is not limited to files.
OpenMeta standard: The app uses the OpenMeta tag standard, which means that tags created using other apps that adopt that standard can be searched as well.
Sometimes search results take time to properly show everything: There are times when the search results don't show all the tagged files completely. Closing the program and running it again may help.
No list of used tags shown while tagging: A list of used tags would be helpful in ensuring tagging consistency, especially since sometimes you may forget what tags you used for certain file types.
TagoMan looks good when compared to Mac's "Finder," although it's notably different in its focus on tag use. If you think Mac's "Finder" is not efficient enough for you, try this app. It's accessible, works as intended, and can read OpenMeta tags.