Write better, faster with a new kind of word processor
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Google will be closing this Web Store end of 2017, so you'll need to access Gingko there instead.
Gingko is the only word processor that lets you see structure and content at the same time.
It's both an outliner and an index card board.
With Gingko you can drill in to a topic and add details, or pull back and see the big picture.
Powerful & Versatile. Use it for:
- Writing your thesis
- Group study notes
- Writing an academic paper
- Project Planning
- Getting Things Done
- Novels, screenplays, ebooks, and much more...
Once you start using Gingko, you'll be able to organize your thoughts and words like never before.
If you like outliners, mindmaps, cards & post-its, you'll love Gingko.
Give it a try!
- Innovative "Card & Tree" structure keeps you organized
- Rearrange cards with drag and drop
- Real-time collaboration
- Templates for common uses
- Easy formatting with Markdown
- Export to several formats
- Quickly navigate with keyboard shortcuts
- Clean minimal UI
Some Feedback from happy users:
"I'm just starting to use Gingko to write my first PhD paper, and I'm blown away. This just makes perfect sense, and things are so easy to manipulate! It's so good I had to comment on it. I'm sure it'll get better. I'm sold!" - Anup T.
"I'm a PhD student in computational biology. I've always struggled with writing projects and getting my thoughts together. I've been using this tool for a couple of days and have done more writing this week than the last 6 months put together." - Nyasha
"I’m really enjoying Gingko for composing my MASc thesis here at U of T. It’s working better than any other software (and I’ve tried a lot) to enable the flow and provide the context that makes this kind of highly structured writing far easier to draft and refine." - Jesse H.
"Just found your app through a friend posting about it on Facebook. Wow - this is going to simplify my life!" - Alana
"I’m loving Gingko! It’s incredible. It’s one of those simple things that I wonder why it hasn’t been done before. It’s a brilliant paradigm shift." - Clarke P.