Scapple for Windows - Released!
Posted: Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:50 pm
Scapple for Windows
Public Beta - (Inactive)
We’re pleased to present the latest Literature & Latte thinking tool, Scapple, for Microsoft Windows! If you don’t know what Scapple is, the product page (which is currently aimed at the Mac, but otherwise relevant) should provide you with the basics of what the software is all about. If you are interested in testing the program yourself and would like to help us squash bugs, feel free to download a copy (instructions below).
Our thanks go out to everyone who is willing to help with the beta! Your feedback and bug reports will be greatly appreciated. It’s been fun watching this program develop over the past months, and we’re excited to hear what you think about it.
Please post your bug reports as individual threads to this forum, using the “New Topic” button.
What is Scapple?
Scapple is an easy-to-use tool for getting ideas down as quickly as possible and making connections between them. It isn’t exactly mind-mapping software—it’s more like a freeform text editor that allows you to make notes anywhere on the page and to connect them using straight dotted lines or arrows. If you’ve ever scribbled down ideas all over a piece of paper and drawn lines between related thoughts, then you already know what Scapple does.
Download and Installation
The public beta development cycle has ended!
Please acquire Scapple from the product page.
If you have been running the beta version of Scapple, it is highly recommended that you run a full uninstall of the beta prior to downloading and installing the official 1.0 version.
We thank everyone who has helped with the beta. You’re feedback and technical help in squashing bugs has made Scapple what it is today.
— The Literature & Latte team