I have to say that as much as I like the new version of Outline (especially since pasteing works which it doesn't seem to in OneNote), I have found that I use my iPhone 6 Plus much more now than I did with the smaller screen formats and the ability to see my Outline notes on the phone is so much more important now.
I could use OneNote format on the iPad and then use OneNote on my iPhone but that seems a bit clunky.
thank you for pointing out the importance of iPhone version again. We realize, it will be really convenient and efficient. Currently we are fully busy with iPad and Mac versions. There is much work for our small team. We will get to iPhone version as soon as it will become possible.
i'm waiting for the iPhone version, but since I have already the iPad and Mac version I wouldn't pay anything for it (since I am experiencing so many problems, crashes and bugs with the other two apps), but iPhone app is a MUST!
I have to agree with the other posters here. I'm on the verge of deciding on a notebook app and Outline really appeals to me on many different levels BUT my iPhone 6 Plus is mostly how i want to use a note taking app and without an iPhone version Outline is at a huge disadvantage. If there is already an iPad version how difficult can it be to repurpose the same code with a smaller interface?
I have to agree with the other people writing here too. Im in the process of choosing an note/idea/work app for my masters research, future PhD and other projects I have. Your solution is by far the most tempting, but the lack of an iPhone app keeps my from buying it. I'm fully invested in the Apple ecosystem and do all my work on a couple of Macs, an iPad and an iPhone and the lack of and iPhone app severely diminishes your value. You dont have your iPad og Mac with you at all times, but your iPhone is always there by your side. If you had an iPhone app I would gladly buy it and the other apps I need for my work flow.
For now i'll stick with some of your competitors that actually work on all platforms. And i'll see if you can convince me to actually buy your solution when you get to developing an iPhone app, but by that it might be to late as I might be invested in another solution instead.