Halna Outliner free
5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- Does what it says
- Not for everyone, very concrete app
Easy to use, simple design
Halna Outliner is an outline processor with two screens and three different display stiles.
The app is easy to use and has all the information well-organized, as well as the menu on the bottom bar. In addition, you'll be able to import WZmemo , Natara Bonsai CSV and export text files and WZmemo.
halna is the developer of this useful application for exchanging lists of web feeds between web feed aggregators. Download the full version for having access to all the complete features.
Separate two-screen configuration,Tree part and Notes part
3 Display Styles (Vertical,Horizontal,Switch)
Natara Bonsai CSV
HalnaOutliner free 1.6
- OPML import/export
- TreePad(TM) files import/export
- The app occasionally hung up when searching
- some other small bugs are fixed
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
I needed an outliner for various purposes, from organizing mundane activities, to structuring travel itinerary, to plotting novels. So I installed, tested, and uninstalled one app after another, looking for the best one. For some reason I skipped this one but fortunately came back and tried it. It's great! The user interface works perfectly, very intuitive, and the display is clean. A clean, un
One of the most useful and well thought out apps in the Play store.
It'd be better to Improve export capability to the extent of standard word processor file like docx or opendocument format, and also file attachment capability for every branch notes. Overall, it's the best for small screened gadgets, way to go.
A Treepad like app for Android. A little light on import and export, but very easy to use.
Excellent app. I'm writing a complicated technical book and am using this app (out of many tested apps) for its uncluttered pure functionality and ease of use.
I have tried a few outliners (thought I'd have a bash at writing a book) and there are some good.ones out there, Simplemind if you like boxes, Workflowy for basic simplicity, but this one takes the biscuit for me. Hana's tree structure helps the organisation process where boxes tend not to resolve much. All the controls you need are here. I got started straight away and haven't read the instructio