StorySkeleton is an amazing app that’s been around for a little while, but a recent update to add iPad support has made it even better. At heart, it’s a kind of index-card-based note and outlining app for writers (screen, fiction and non-fiction) to help structure and plan stories. But the design is fantastic, making it easier to use than most other alternatives.
Oh, and it exports directly to native Scrivener files.
more here - StorySkeleton, An Index-Card Story Mapping App That Works With Scrivener | Cult of Mac.
Planning a long article or book demands a logical structure and discipline to avoid repetition and to enable focus section by section. Some writers delve straight into Word or Pages and indulge in one splurge of random thoughts; others use outlining tools or applications such as Evernote for organising thoughts and research before beginning writing.
IndexCard from DenVog is a new iOS application that works as a stand-alone outliner, card index and text editor. Its party trick is the ability to sync with a Scrivener file on the Mac. It is the almost perfect iOS complement to Scrivener.
via Review: IndexCard for iPad and Scrivener for OSX — macfilos.
As an accompanying piece to my Scrivener article on February 25, I also wanted to mention Index Card, an idea-organization app available for the iPad and iPhone that syncs with Scrivener, making for an extremely versatile and inexpensive way of managing your ideas and writing on the go and then back at the office.
via Capture ideas on the go with Index Card for iPad, iPhone | LITIG8R TECH.