Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jul 20, 2016 at 09:12 PM
Amidst the excitement about the release of Scrivener for iOS, it would be easy to overlook that OutlineEdit has just taken another step forward with the release of version 1.6. Here’s what’s new according to the developer:
- Pinboard for Today View: keep to do lists and notes always in reach, just one swipe away
- Refined editing: automatic inline enumeration. Group guides. Gentle animation underlines fluidity and dynamism
- Better fullscreen: reconsidered layout & always visible clock
- and so many more refinements that touch every aspect of the application
I think OutlineEdit is the best utilitarian outliner for the Mac… that is, if you just need to put together a list of any kind, quickly and without a lot of fuss, it’s the go to app, just edging out Outlinely. It would be doubly useful, however, if it had an iOS version.
More info, here: http://outlineedit.com
Posted by Paul Korm
Jul 20, 2016 at 10:15 PM
I agree with Steve. Robin has done very nice work steadily adding useful features to OutlineEdit. Its feature set is quite rich. My favorite is the Safari extension from grabbing text from pages and moving it into an outline. I use apps such as OutlineEdit as a tool in between research and writing—and OutlineEdit fits into that spot well.
Posted by Robin
Jul 23, 2016 at 10:27 AM
I always love to see what’s happening at OutlinerSoftware.com!
It has been two years since OutlineEdit gained some attention here and I think it has developed nicely since then.
But progress can never stop and I definitely intend to bring the application on a more regular release schedule when - finally! - nearing version 2.0.
There are many interesting things in the works, so stay tuned for more.
PS: Feel free to grab one of the following promo codes for OutlineEdit 1.6 from the Mac App Store:
Posted by steveylang
Jul 25, 2016 at 06:01 PM
Thank you Robin for the promo codes! I have redeemed WM3HAW36W9HF (last one.)
Posted by Lucas
Dec 13, 2016 at 04:24 AM
OutlineEdit, as of this writing, appears to be free in the Mac App Store. I am not sure how long this has been the case, but it surprised me.