Index Card 4 for iPad
Index Card 4 is now available on the App Store. It has been rewritten from the ground up to address the most popular feature requests, such as the ability to add images and format text. There are over 30 new features, and you can see the complete list in the v4 Knowledge Base – Changelog. Screen shots and more detailed descriptions are on the Index Card 4 landing page. You can also check out a preview video.
Index Card 4 – Feature Highlights
- New user interface designed to match iOS 8
- Text formatting (bold, italic, underline)
- Image can be added to cards
- Storyboard mode
- Aural pleasure (aka sounds)
- Open In Another App…
- Editing layouts redesigned to maximize typing areas
- Selective field search (title, synopsis, body, notes, or all)
- Export options added: Scrivener, OPML, PDF document
Index Card 4 is an new app, and can co-exist with previous versions of Index Card. Installing Index Card 4 will not delete or overwrite anything you have in Index Card v3.
I’ve tried to make transitioning projects from Index Card v3 to v4 as quick and painless as possible. In short, Back Up All Projects in v3.5. Import the backup file in v4. Detailed steps for migrating all projects, as well as importing a single project, are in the knowledge base.
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