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Posted by Bob Spies
Jun 27, 2021 at 11:03 PM

 

Agreed re OmniOutliner. I run my life off outlines, and I still haven’t found any competitor that’s remotely as powerful and polished.

 


Posted by J J Weimer
Jun 28, 2021 at 02:18 PM

 

> curio looks complex and I am confused with its yearly subscription model

Starting Point: Imagine that you have an infinite whiteboard. Imagine that you can add anything you want onto that board. Imagine that you can arrange the contents in anyway that you want. Imagine that you can make links among the content items.

When this is something you want to do, then Curio offers perhaps the best starting point.

You buy it. You have free upgrades for one year. Curio still works after the one year, but you get no further upgrades unless you pay again.

 


Posted by satis
Jun 29, 2021 at 02:52 AM

 

At this point I think any Mac app that is siloed is going to be relatively niche no matter how good it is. For me it’s imperative to be able to access and create/edit on iOS, and a lot of people who work in the Windows world will at the very least least want web access and syncing.

If you’re able to stay entirely within the borders of macOS then Curio is a good option.

 


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