OmniOutliner for iOS
October 2, 2019
Requires iOS 13
OmniOutliner 3.4 for iOS introduces support for new features in iOS 13 and iPadOS and adopts Apple’s standard document browser.
- Document Browser — OmniOutliner now uses Apple’s built-in file browser. You can sync your documents using iCloud Drive or a third-party sync solution, or you can continue to sync your documents via OmniPresence.
- Dark Mode — When your iOS device’s Appearance is set to Dark, OmniOutliner’s interface will now automatically switch to Dark Mode. Document styles are still based on their selected theme and remain independent from the system appearance.
- Multitasking — On iPadOS, work with two OmniOutliner outlines simultaneously in Split View, or open several files in multiple spaces.
- Thumbnail Previews — Preview images are generated and saved as part of the file when a document is edited. Existing files will not display a preview in the file browser until they are edited.
- Omni Automation — We’ve made a number of improvements to Omni Automation, including support for input dialogs and file output. For more details, see the Omni Automation Release Notes (which can be found in the API Reference documentation).
- OmniPresence — Downloaded files synced via OmniPresence are stored in a subfolder located in the OmniOutliner folder on your device. By default, OmniPresence does not download larger synced files automatically. Tap the OmniPresence icon in the file browser toolbar to view and download any missing files.
- Inspector — The style preview texts now reflects the selection instead of showing example text.
- Keyboard Shortcuts — The Left and Right arrow keys will navigate to Note fields instead of the previous or next row.
- Paste — Copying and pasting a collapsed row retains the collapsed state.
- Text Editing — Inserting a line break after whitespace immediately allows typing on the new line.
- Text Editing — Inserting a line break after whitespace does not select the rest of the line.