Alright, #12 is out of the bag already. Scribe is an intuitive Mac outliner app. That means if you know anything at all about outlines, you know how to use Scribe.
That leaves plenty of other useful features, though, starting with keyboard shortcuts. If you’re not a Mac outliner power user, no worries. The menus still work, but keyboard shortcuts make outline creation and editing much faster.
High on my list and unusual for an outliner app is the option to record audio while working on an outline. Think about the value proposition here. Record audio while you type notes into the outline.
Scribe comes with typical outliner tools, including options to collapse and expand text, reorganize and reorder sections of text within the outline, too. There’s no toolbar to clutter the interface, either.
What you type should always be saved so Scribe has built-in support for autosave, versions, and if you need the screen real estate, fullscreen support.
Because Scribe records audio while you work on an outline the audio can be synchronized with the outline. That’s way cool, and a perfect way to take notes at meetings or classrooms.
Scribe features multiple theme looks and one-click access to basic formatting options. And they’re very basic, limited to font type, outline style, font size.
All the standard outline symbol formats are supported in Scribe, as is OPML to import outlines from other apps. As outliner apps go, Scribe is priced in the middle range, but is differentiated by ease-of-use and the option to record audio while outlining.