Text, photos, sketches, PDFs, web pages—the creative mind needs fodder. Import via share sheet, copy-paste, drag-and-drop, or from a file.
Arrange your material any way you want in a zooming interface. Break free of the lists and grids used by most note-taking and file management tools.
Underline, circle, draw a diagram or a playful doodle. Every media type is a potential canvas.
Export any subset of your work to standard file formats for backup or to share with colleagues.
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Muse is still in early beta, but once it’s ready for release we intend to sell it as a professionally-priced product similar to Notion, Dropbox, or Ulysses.
Although app stores have driven software prices to zero, we believe that professionals are willing to pay for tools that help them do great work. We think it's hard to trust a piece of software funded by showing ads, selling your data to third parties, or ever-growing rounds of venture capital.
Additionally, we hope to have steep discounts for students, educators, and nonprofits.
We’re a spinout from the Ink & Switch research lab, and you can read some of the research publications that led up to Muse as a product here, here, and here. You might also enjoy Julia’s demo and technical talk.