Logline is a screenwriting and outlining app that lets you write your screenplay, treatment and outline in one place.
"Breaking story, writing pages, or revising anything, Logline helps me keep my head in the clouds, my imagination running strong." - Tom Benedek, writer of Cocoon and co-founder of Screenwriting Master Class
No need to click buttons or menus to format your screenplay. Just type — Logline takes care of the rest.
Drag & Drop Outlining:
Logline helps you build and rearrange the foundation of your story, then never lose sight of it while you write.
Free, first-class tech support via email or phone. Visit http://loglineapp.com/help for assistance.
Logline uses plain text. This makes your work portable. Write on any device or platform using any text editor.
Powerful Export Options:
Write your screenplay, treatment and outline in one document. Logline helps you be a more organized and productive writer.
Designed for Writers:
It's clean, simple and spacious. Choose the background that best fits the mood of your screenplay.
Logline uses Fountain, a simple markup syntax for writing screenplays in plain text. Fountain allows you to edit your screenplay on any computer, device or platform. Learn more at http://fountain.io
Ratings and Reviews
This app is unique in how it helps me 'flow' onwards when writing a script. The difference from other (great) apps, is that this one doesn't stir 'overthinking' because the app takes care of the structure. I'm looking forward to Logline 2!
A great place to Organize, outlinbe and Write A Screenplay in one place
I first discovered the Fountain syntax for writing screenplays, after listening to John August on one of his podcasts. I was searching all the available running apps that could understand the Fountain syntax.
They all have a lot of functionality, when it comes to writing the screenplay. The thing that most are missing, is a good way to organize and outline. Logline is the best that I've seen, so far in terms of having an understandable system, for using the outline function of the Fountain screenwriting syntax, and visually represent a pretty similarly to notecards.
The pop-up side menu allows you to drag and drop sections very easily. That's fantastic. And the way the display works they can highlight by changing the look of the font when you're doing the screenplay section which pops out from the rest of the notes that you've written. Easy to scan your document with your eyes to find the sections of your screenplay.
Two things I would love to see in the upcoming version.
First would be the ability to preview the various export options without having to actually create a PDF. It works fine, but sometimes I can't remember what levels of notes are going to be included out in A particular export layout, and I have to export them all before I can find the version that is most useful for me.
The other would be the ability to print out the Script with notes in place It would be very useful in the development stage of the script when you want to look at your notes and print out a hard copy to write on the page (you know, the "Old Fashioned"way).
Other than that, this is a great place to sit down and just get working on your story.
No assist from the App!!! ;(
I've already downloaded the App onto my Mac. I'm anxious to learn how to use it, however, the tutorial and the
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- 8.3 MB
- Requires macOS 10.10 or later.
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