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Posted by maties
Oct 31, 2011 at 11:02 AM

 

The new Biblioscape 9 is available.

I think it could replace many programs which are discussed here and it could stop my endless search.
I have tried software over years and it was frustrating.
I was never satisfied with all the products.
There were only some exceptions: Devonthink, Scrivener, Biblioscape
Devonthink is great, but it has also weak points.
Now I have tried Biblioscape 9 , and surprise surprise .... yes it could be the solution.

What do you think about the new Biblioscape 9 ?

 


Posted by Glen Coulthard
Oct 31, 2011 at 02:52 PM

 

Well, I wasn’t impressed. I moved from EndNote to IdeaMason to Biblioscape 8, and was very happy with the performance and features in that version. However, in beta-testing (and running the final candidate of) Biblioscape 9, I found the program buggy, the UI sluggish, and the feature-set limited. Last month, I moved to Citavi 3 and haven’t looked back. If you like Biblioscape, you’ll love Citavi. It is a very professional and fully-featured program for managing your PDFs, images, and other reference resources. The development team is also much more responsive than Biblioscape’s developer—I typically receive comprehensive replies the same day via email or on their forum.

My experience only—Glen

 


Posted by Haim At IQTELL
Oct 31, 2011 at 03:58 PM

 

Maties,

Before you’ll reach your conclusion, I’d like to talk to you about our app IQTELL.

You’re invite (and everyone that wishes to join from this forum) to our private beta (just say that you’re from the Outliner forum)...we’re a relatively new productivity app and we think we’ve got something to show.
To register go to http://iqtell.com/

After you’ll register…our rep will contact you.

maties wrote:
>The new Biblioscape 9 is available.
> >I think it could replace many programs which are
>discussed here and it could stop my endless search.
>I have tried software over years
>and it was frustrating.
>I was never satisfied with all the products.
>There were only
>some exceptions: Devonthink, Scrivener, Biblioscape
>Devonthink is great, but it
>has also weak points.
>Now I have tried Biblioscape 9 , and surprise surprise .... yes
>it could be the solution.
> >What do you think about the new Biblioscape 9 ? 

 


Posted by Franz Grieser
Oct 31, 2011 at 05:14 PM

 

Haim.

Maybe I am missing the point. How does Iqtell compare to Biblioscape?

Franz

 


Posted by maties
Oct 31, 2011 at 07:11 PM

 

I like to get some information about new innovative products, but something should be respected:

This message is for Haim at IQTELL: 

Please no promotion here.
OutlinerSoftware-Forum was initiated only for users to discuss their own experiences with different kind of information management software….
This Forum is not a marketing platform for companies !!!
Thanks

 

 


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