A new professional app for iPad was launched last week. It’s called Muse, and it makes the iPad a tool for thought.
Muse gives you a spatial canvas for research notes, sketches, screenshots, PDFs and bookmarks. File managers and notes apps app your content in sorted lists and grids. On the other hand, Muse is inspired by your desk: personal, creative, even a little messy.
You can download documents and clippings from iCloud or Dropbox, the iCloud photo library, or drag and drop from other apps. Use the pencil to draw on, around or between everything, discover and make connections between ideas as you go. And the zoom interface lets you nestle all your content to create a beautiful, exploratory knowledge garden.
Muse costs $ 99.99 per year, but you can try it for free with up to 1
Download Muse from the App Store today. Because deep thinking does not happen in front of a computer.
Our thanks to Muse for sponsoring MacStories this week.