A well-thought out digital notebook for everyday use
Thanks to Curio, you can gather all your notebooks, whiteboard diagrams, bookmarks and documents in a single place and access at your own convenience.
Consequently, Curio offers you the power to create and even present your projects no matter how simple or complex.
As expected, Curio helps you attach and add notes, documents, images, web links and any type of information you might need.
In addition, you can take advantage of Curio’s integrated collections, such as mind maps or lists, and organize all gathered information with ease.
Support for tags, ratings, flags and priorities
Curio helps you assign tags, flags, priorities, ratings, check boxes, as well as start and due dates, durations and more in order to make it easier for you to find and manage your projects and notes. Moreover, the digital environment provided by Curio can be adjusted and customized based on your working style or project type.
From Curio’s main window you can instantly start writing ideas, create tables, sketch anywhere, insert shapes, lists, mind maps, index cards, audio recordings and more. The Inspector panel offers you access to a wide variety of shapes, mind map tools, tags, labels and numerous other tools based on your current selection.
Easily sketch plans and create flowcharts
With the help of the provided vector drawing tools you can create flowcharts and diagrams that can be accompanied by sketches created using bitmap pens or brushes. Curio seamlessly integrates PDF annotation tools which you can use to handle handouts and other materials.
Reviewed by George Popescu on June 25th, 2014
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- Bug Fix:
- This release fixes an 9.3 bug where auto inflated text shapes where not getting inflated when they should have been. For example, a text figure with a cloud shape was suddenly quite tight with no automatic margin applied.
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Application descriptionCurio is a feature-rich, powerful yet easy-to-use OS X application for mind mapping, task management, and taking notes...