New answers tagged search
A simple way to do this in Finder... At the top of the finder window you see the column headers such as "Name", "Size", "Kind" etc like in the picture below. Just right click on any column header and you can add a column called "tags"as seen here. Then you can sort that column.
If you are doing it on an iPad you need wifi I had it not work for me because there was no wifi. When I tried but with wifi it worked. On a phone I also would suggest being sure there is wifi or data and bars. This is for the kindle app I don't work with iBooks much.
Two that come to mind are : EasyFind -- which is in the Mac App store and Docfetcher which is a java application http://docfetcher.sourceforge.net/en/index.html
This should work: mdfind "kMDItemDisplayName == test*.pdf" Enclose the pattern in single quotes and add 'c' to match case-insensitively: mdfind "kMDItemDisplayName == 'test*.pdf'c" Here is a list of available attributes. You can combine multiple attribute/value pairs with &&.
Top 50 recent answers are included