Cloud Outliner: Outlining tool with Evernote integration
Developer: Denys Yevenko
Current Version: 1.6
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 3.1 MB - Download
••• Cloud Outliner 2 is now available! Special launch price - 30% Off (Mac & iOS versions). Just search for "Cloud Outliner 2" the App Store. •••
Cloud Outliner lets you create and share outlines between your Macs, and your Evernote account. Outlines make you efficient, naturally organizing your plans, projects and ideas in a clear way. Got a sudden flash of insight? Don't risk forgetting it – just enter it right away on whatever device is closest, and see your changes appear automatically everywhere else.
The interface has everything you need, but nothing more: optional checkboxes, full-screen mode (a productivity bonus for Lion and Mountain Lion users), printing, and OPML import/export. With iCloud sync and Evernote integration, Cloud Outliner will help you get more done, faster!
• Sync outlines across computers
• Sync outlines with Evernote
• Import and export outlines in OPML format
• Save outlines in PDF format
• Use checkboxes to show and hide outline items
• View completed tasks
• Email directly from the program
• Duplicate outlines
• Print outlines
• Customizable shortcuts
• Get in the zone with full-screen mode
• Thanks to the autosaving, you don’t need to save documents anymore
• Intuitive, uncluttered interface
• Added compatibility with upcoming Cloud Outliner 2 for Mac
• Minor fixes and improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
Great App that syncs my iPad and iPhone - I have this app in all three formats. Great to outline my project notes and have them with me always. Of course it is easiest to input on the Mac, but the iPad with a bluetooth keyboard is pretty sweet as well. Does not over promise but it does over deliver (gives me more than i expected). Thank you for an excellent set of apps.
Would LOVE it if sync worked. - Version 1.5 did NOT fix sync problems. Sometimes it works. Often it doesn’t. The sync buttons are not help. Quitting and restarting is no help. iCloud shows theres x-amount of data there, but the exchange from Mac to iPhone and back (both connected to the same wi-fi network) is TOTALLY unreliable. GRRRRR!