We all know what an Outliner app is, but Cloud Outliner managed to take that idea to the next level.
Cloud Outliner 2 Pro is an app available for Mac and iOS that brings together a few essential features: beautiful design, integration with Evernote and iCloud, an intuitive interface and flexible document management.
Let’s say you have a big project to tackle. Sure you can write down your ideas in a notebook and try to sort them out, but it is much easier to put everything in Cloud Outliner 2 Pro and sync the project files over multiple devices with your team or your friends.
Here are some of the features listed by the developers of this really useful app:
Rich-text outline editor:
Drag and Drop functionality for sorting and reordering rows
Multi-selection feature to reorder rows, change indentation, or delete them all at once
Optional checkboxes that facilitate selection
Optional automatic numbering (3 styles)
Adding notes to data and list items
Customizable text size, color, and style
Highlighting important rows using different text colors and styles
View completed tasks
Collapse/expand functionality for all items
Filters for displaying only checked or only unchecked items
Cut/copy/paste data to outlines or even external apps (Notes, Mail, Safari, etc.)
Automatic highlighting of links and phone numbers
Read-only mode support
Swipe left or right to change the indentation level
Portrait & Landscape mode support
Wireless keyboard support (with a wide range of keyboard shortcuts).
The Mac app is $9.99 and the iOS one is $2.99, but you can get your free copies below.
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