Outline -your digital notebook

Outline -your digital notebook

By Gorillized

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-07-24
  • Current Version: 3.21.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 116.38 MB
  • Developer: Gorillized
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 1,462 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Outline -your digital notebook App Ratings: 4
Based on 1,462 App Reviews

Outline -your digital notebook App Details

One note app to write, organize & print. OneNote compatible & Office 365 powered. Capture notes at any spot on a page and drag around the place, organize in the world's most natural hierarchy, print to PDF, publish to web, and sync across devices with your favorite cloud. Freedom but clear structure. Power features but focus on note-taking. Beautiful UI. ONENOTE'S BEST FRIEND - Import from OneNote, to give those notes a new start beyond OneDrive or SharePoint - Export to OneNote, just in case - Go beyond import/export and do a real time collaboration on notes with colleagues who use OneNote (your iPad and their PCs) CLOUDS - Choose where you want to store your notes: Office 365, WebDAV, Dropbox, iCloud, Box, personal OneDrive, or SharePoint Server / Online - Consider a no-cloud option too: some notes need offline and cloud-free privacy UI - Find everything a note needs by the hand: text, lists, tables, handwriting, and drawing - Put that stuff anywhere in a note and then move around / re-size / edit it all, the way you like - Personalize notebooks with artful covers - Keep notes structured in a natural hierarchy of pages, sections, and notebooks (and section groups, yes) - Access a note fast via recents, search, and note links Whether it is your meeting minutes, research, document annotations, or ideas, give those a chance to go beyond the limits. Your notes are essential and do matter more than formats, storage, platforms, or even the app for note-taking. --- "From a feature set and user interface perspective, Outline is impressive" - TechRepublic. "Outline for iPad really provides the full editing experience you would have in OneNote or even on your Mac." - iPhone Life. "Outline a grants you the basic and much-needed capability to create new notebooks and sections" - CNET. Featured on Product Hunt in "Alternatives to Evernote" collection: producthunt.com/e/alternatives-to-evernote --- Learn more about note-taking best practices: check out fb.com/outlineapp


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App Reviews

  • Almost perfect

    By Vbo123619
    It has a lot on it, but if it could do things like todo lists with reminders that also sync with the calendar will be cool. Also being able to copy and paste different books, tabs, pages etc
  • Nice App but getting stagnant

    By Meyers.Family
    OneNote has improved so much in many ways. I wanted to like this app, but it seems like it has not really continued to be developed. In their forums, features were promised, but have not appeared. The sync is the worst thing about this app. I have lost pages of information thinking that they had been synced but hadn’t. Using the iMac app and this iOS app doesn’t work well without good synching. The iPad version is also not touch friendly to delete a page, move it, etc. Back to OneNote, but at least this app does write to that format, so I haven’t lost anything.
  • Meh

    By DenNukem
    No lasso tool No fine pencil (the one present are too thick) No custom pen color It’s actually missing strokes in my handwriting, OneNote doesn’t. No zoom while drawing. A lot of potential, but I’m going back to OneNote.
  • Best

    By Sumeerthakur
    One of the best app if you are core apple user
  • Love this App!!!

    By Jdf607
    This is possibly the best little notebook app I have ever seen! I used this app all throughout nursing school and it helped me keep my notes so organized!! Attach a little keyboard to your iPad and you have the best mini laptop and easy to use digital notebook. I loved that within each notebook you could have different subjects with as many pages as you wanted. I also love how you can attach the image straight into the note and place it wherever you want. The drawing feature is also awesome! Teacher draws something on the board I could either draw it myself right with the app or I could take a picture on my iPad of what she drew and place the picture within the note!! BEST NOTE TAKING APP EVER!! Also the app syncs itself with wherever else you have your app like your phone.. So if you leave your iPad at home then you can study your notes from your phone (or even take notes on your phone) I only wish I could download it for my MacBook also.
  • Dropbox integration is horrible

    By rus_sel
    This app is OK, but the Dropbox piece needs to be redone. It is slow. Painfully slow. It will try to sync data that isn’t for the app, it sorts content in Dropbox illogically so browsing to add a new sync notebook is a nightmare. Slow. Slow. S L O W. I only use it with Dropbox, so I can’t say if it is better on other sync platforms.
  • Lost and confused

    By Tinkeron
    I did not find this intuitive. The tutorial/user guide and search not helpful. Deleted an extraneous tab resulted in all tabs deleted. No undo. No “deleted” folder to put them back. Everything gone. Looks pretty, but doesn’t work for me.
  • Falling behind Onenote in features.

    By Ano-nym-ous
    When I initially purchased Outline, it was superior to then-terrible Onenote for iOS. Since then, the situation had reversed. Outline still has three advantages over Onenote: 1) It can use files from cloud storage other than Onedrive. This is the biggest advantage - but only for those who need it. If you're using a free Onenote on the desktop, you really can't utilize this. You also need to be using Onedrive if you want to have web access to your notebooks. 2) It has a beautiful visual design. 3) It can open .one files directly from email, which is a useful feature in some very limited circumstances. It also has a number of drawbacks, and here's the two biggest ones: 1) It doesn't OCR images, it doesn't OCR printouts, and even when it seems to find text in printouts created by Onenote, it won't highlight it half the time. This makes it a poor data management solution - what good is all that info if I can't find it ? This is a major design limitation. 2) While the sync has improved lately, it is still slow and there's no background sync. With Onenote getting better and better, they need to at least fix the search to stay relevant.
  • Just got the App

    By CAHorne
    I just started using the App. So far it has been good, but I am still learning the in and outs of it. But I am happy to find a notes app that has some interface capabilities with OneNote
  • Artist / Designer

    By ??junk
    As a creative professional I need a centralized location where I can keep sketches, research notes, reference material, PDFs, images, etc. Outline fits my needs perfectly. I will enthusiastically tell others about this app! Well Done Outline team. Don't stop your great work. Also, tell Apple they need to amp up your presence on the App Store!!!