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Columned Outliner, like ListPro & Omni Outliner, that crosses the iPad/Windows barrier?

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Posted by MadaboutDana
May 15, 2012 at 02:10 PM

 

Sorry, for mystic reasons my acute-accented ‘e’ at the end of Tapose was turned into a question mark on uploading.

The ex-Microsoft team produce something called “Tapose” (with an accent on the ‘e’). Here it is…

http://tapose.com/

Cheers,
The Other Other Bill

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
May 15, 2012 at 03:18 PM

 

Alexander - I’ve just discovered that List Master is also available for Android. And as a newbie Android user myself (nice, shiny Galaxy Note - magic!) I’m finding a lot of synergies with iOS. Currently my favourites are probably Dropbox, OneNote and a couple of very nice text editors that I’m still familiarising myself with. But there’s an increasing amount of cross-platform stuff (Wunderlist for task management, for example - available on almost every platform you can think of!).

 


Posted by OutlinerBill
May 16, 2012 at 01:25 AM

 

Hi Bill

Thanks again for your suggestions. As I mentioned, I did purchase, and am playing with List Master, but I’m having a little difficulty finding the outlining part of the ‘Columned Outliner’ in either this app, or Apple’s Numbers app on my iPad.

Could you please point me to where I can learn how to do outlining in either of these two apps?

Cheers

Bill

 


Posted by OutlinerBill
May 16, 2012 at 01:33 AM

 

Hi Alexander

I agree with Bill, the Listpro for the iPhone is ok for what it does, but the Windows version for the desktop, where you can create and see your collapsible outline on the left side of your display, and the columns spreading out to the right, is how Omni Outliner has been implemented, taking full advantage of the iPad’s screen real estate.

Listpro for the iPhone will run on the iPad (as most, if not all, iPhone apps will) but it’s just a 2X zoomed reproduction of its 1 column display.

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>OutlinerBill wrote:
>>the makers of ListPro do not seem interested in creating a
> >>version for the iPad, which would have been perfect for me.
> >My understanding of
>the iOS pecularities is rather limited, but I was under the impression that just about
>anything that runs on the iPhone could run on the iPad—and that gave the iPad an
>advantageous starting point when it was launched. I now assume that I was wrong and
>that ListPro for iPhone http://www.iliumsoft.com/listpro/iphone does not work on
>the iPad. This makes me feel less jealous as an Android user! 

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
May 18, 2012 at 07:18 AM

 

@ Bill (Mad about Dana)

Thanks for the tip on ListMaster for Android; I may try it out. Do I understand correctly that it only provides 2-level hierarchies?

For editors: Jota Text editor is my own favourite; it has the kind of minimal interface that doesn’t get in the way, like TextRoom and WriteMonkey in Windows.

That said, after a while of switching from one platform to the other, sometimes twice or more per day, I really don’t want to spend time importing/exporting. The seamless synchronisation provided by the SimpleNotes service is my own preferred solution. I use Andronotes on the Android; as an editor it’s not perfect, but I don’t often write prose on the Android.

If you haven’t tried it out already, do take a look at Airdroid http://airdroid.com/

 


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