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| November 21, 2012
Outline+ Experiences A Steep Price Discount And Will Soon Come To OS X
Even though Microsoft has their own option for iDevice owners, Gorillized's own OneNote-based iOS app, Outline+, has become a go-to choice for note-taking and related. With such demand, Gorillized is proud to announce the upcoming release of Outline for Mac, along with a sale on Outline+ for iPad. Not only will Outline for Mac be the first native OneNote applications for OS X, it will feature the acclaimed user interface already implemented on the iPad. Initially, the desktop version will be read-only with import and one-way sync abilities. However, the application will eventually gain creation, editing, two-way sync, and other functionality that's currently part of the iOS experience. For the next bit of news, we move onto the iPad app sale. As their contribution to Black Friday and the nearing holiday, Gorillized is drastically discounting Outline+ for iPad from $14.99 to a mere $0.99. This is a very limited time price, so make your choice quickly. Both the full-featured Outline+ and the free to download Outline are compatible with iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. Launch date and final pricing for Outline for Mac has not yet been revealed.