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Posted by MadaboutDana
Jul 1, 2014 at 10:16 AM

 

I’m having a thorough sniff around the skirts of the evaluation version of Curio. Very impressive, if a little umständlich (as the Germans say) in some respects. Fantastic search engine. Extremely good looking. And lots of nice keyboard shortcuts.

As for iOS integration: I had an interesting exchange with George Browning, who remarked that a Curio app is unlikely because Curio is simply too big. I tend to agree with him, actually - it’s capable of handling vast databases of stuff. Instead, he’s thinking of integrating Curio with certain favourite iPad apps such as e.g. iThoughts. It’s already integrated with Calendars and Reminders (and Contacts). This sounds like a jolly good idea to me. Perhaps we should list a few apps George could consider (e.g. OmniOutliner)? I’ve already mentioned Growly Notes and Notebooks.

I love the idea of Curio as a kind of universal platform for top iOS apps!

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jul 1, 2014 at 10:31 AM

 

If and when George can work out full integration with Evernote, that would go a long way. Right now Curio can import an Evernote note, but edits in Curio do not flow back to Evernote.

Since NoteSuite has been a topic in another current thread, it seems to me that app would be a great fit with Curio, as it too combines different elements on the page.

An iPad app I’ve very fond of, which I don’t use because it isn’t well connected to any other software on other types of devices, is ThinkBook. If I could read and edit ThinkBook pages/notes in Curio, that would be the cat’s meow!

Steve Z.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jul 1, 2014 at 10:38 AM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
> >Since NoteSuite has been a topic in another current thread, it seems to
>An iPad app I’ve very fond of, which I don’t use because it isn’t well
>connected to any other software on other types of devices, is ThinkBook.
>If I could read and edit ThinkBook pages/notes in Curio, that would be
>the cat’s meow!
>

BTW, that’s not a serious suggestion, just a little dreaming. ThinkBook does not have enough users to make it worthwhile for George to do that, not to mention I imagine it is way too difficult. George’s first priority, if it is at all possible, is getting full Evernote integration.

 


Posted by Hugh
Jul 1, 2014 at 11:02 AM

 

Thanks for mentioning Thinkbook, Steve. I wasn’t aware of it.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jul 1, 2014 at 11:15 AM

 

Ha! Yes, I’ve always loved the sheer elegance of ThinkBook. That would be rather wonderful.

Mind you, integration of ThinkBook with Ulysses would be cool, too.

And what about Editorial on iOS? Amazingly powerful, supports TaskPaper syntax - another good option for Ulysses AND Curio, especially in view of the absence of an Editorial desktop app.

Just spitballing here (as our American cousins say)!

 


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