Curio 10 and Curiota

Today marks the 10th major release of Curio! This is a huge milestone for an application we started back in late 2002, over 13 years ago! It's amazing how far it's come and what an fantastic personal experience starting Zengobi and creating Curio has been for me.

But, enough about me, let's talk about Curio 10!

Curio 10 adds loads of new brainstorming, note taking, and task tracking features I know you'll enjoy. Check out the What's New section on the main Curio site to learn more about all the new features including a new Stacks collection, interface enhancements, mind map & list sorting, mind map import/export improvements, table enhancements, tag emoji, and much, much more.

One of the big new features is actually a separate product that extends Curio 10's functionality. We've had lots of requests for more ways of getting notes and data into Curio, ideally even if Curio isn't running.

We've solved this with Curiota, our new, free app available at the Mac App Store. It runs all the time, takes up very little memory or CPU, and provides a menu bar icon for you to quickly take notes or drag in files. You can even bring in notes and files via Services, Share, Save PDF, bookmarklet, and AppleScript.

The items you collect with Curiota are stored in an open, easily accessible format that Curio 10 can search through and display using its new Local library shelf for easy integration with your Curio projects.

We have lots of great plans for Curiota with more amazing features coming very soon.

Anyway, check out the new Curio and thanks to all of you for an amazing 13 years. :-)

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