For today’s blog post, I would like to review an application called Curio. Curio is a general purpose mind-mapping and project management application from Zengobi Software, that also incorporates the Getting Things Done theory into it.
The application has a much different interface than a lot of Mac apps, but it still stays consistent in many of its features. It consists of three main parts: a toolbar on the top, an extremely robust and powerful inspector on the side, and a main work area in the middle known as the idea space.
The toolbar gives you options for easily creating new projects, lists, and mind maps, but it also gives some fantastic drawing tools navigation tools, buttons for taking audio, video, and screen recordings, activating presentation mode, and Sleuth, all of which I will talk about later. In the picture below, you will see a sample project I made with a list, a mind map, and a background change from the Inspector, called the Shelf by this application.
It’s perfectly easy to do, and when you’re done, a voice/video note is placed straight into your idea space. There are so many things that can be done with this app, from managing products and scrapbooks to doing world-class presentations, and it is such an awesome app that I will have to rate it five stars and send you to the website to check it out. Remember, be sure to email me with all review requests, contact me or follow me on Twitter, and comment on the blog post!
Review Of Curio