Curio is an intuitive, freeform notebook environment with all the integrated tools you need to take notes, brainstorm ideas, collect research, and organize your tasks and documents.
More information about Curio can be found here.
Curio 14 adds an integrated journalling system for meetings or class notes, all neatly organized and sorted automatically; a dynamic Table of Contents list or mind map figure; a new layers popover providing drag-and-drop reordering and visibility restrictions; automatic figure spacing as figures grow or shrink in size; improved Spread PDF across rows and columns creating a matrix of pages; markdown rendering refinements; brush and pen improvements including support for iPad+Apple Pencil sketching; numerous figure and collection features; improved DEVONthink and Hook integration; major performance enhancements; code updates to better support Apple’s latest macOS releases plus dozens of other features and improvements.
In Curio, create a project to represent a real-world project that you’re working on. Next fill it with everything related to that project including notes, images, PDF’s, documents, web links, multimedia, and much, much more.
You can place this information anywhere on Curio’s freeform idea spaces. Or use Curio’s integrated mind maps, lists, tables, index cards, albums, pinboards, and stacks to organize your data into powerful collections.
Anything placed into Curio can be associated with meta data such as tags, flags, checkboxes, priorities, ratings, resources, and start/due dates and durations for easy searching and task management.
And, now in Curio 14, your project can include a daily journal for meetings or class notes, all neatly organized and sorted automatically.
Curio 14 requires macOS Mojave or Catalina.
Curio 14 is available either by monthly or yearly subscription from the Mac App Store, or with the purchase of a traditional license from the Zengobi website.
Curio is available here as a subscription with free 2 week trial from Apple’s Mac App Store.
Curio can installed and used for free without a subscription in a read-only mode to view, export, and print existing projects, including the bundled Welcome to Curio project which automatically opens on first launch and provides a guided tour, complete user documentation, and sample gallery.
Start a 2 week free trial by subscribing to a Professional or Standard monthly or yearly plan from within Curio, which instantly unlocks the purchased features. A Professional subscription is US$6.99/month or US$69.99/year; a Standard subscription is US$4.99/month or US$49.99/year.
All future major and minor updates are included and will be installed behind the scenes automatically and securely by macOS.
More details regarding Curio subscriptions including a list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found here.
Curio is available here as a traditional license with free 2 week trial from Zengobi’s website.
Launching Curio will begin a 2 week trial with all Professional features fully enabled and includes the bundled Welcome to Curio project which automatically opens on first launch and provides a guided tour, complete user documentation, and sample gallery.
A Professional traditional license is US$139.99 (US$89.99 for academia), Standard is US$99.99 (US$69.99 for academia), and Core is US$59.99. Crossgrades, discounted upgrades and multi-user volume discounts are also available.
Information detailing what features are available in Pro vs. Standard vs. Core can be found here. Once a purchased license key is entered, Curio’s interface will dynamically change to reflect that edition’s features.
If the trial expires without purchasing a license, Curio can be used in a read-only mode to view, export, and print existing projects.
Please contact us if you have any questions.