Obsidian 1.0 has been thoroughly redesigned on desktop and mobile.
The new design is not only more beautiful to look at, it's also more robust, accessible, and easier to theme.
You can now open notes in tabs! This makes it easier to explore many ideas at once. Obsidian becomes a browser for your brain.
Tabs can also be stacked so you can glide through your thoughts with ease.
Calling Obsidian "1.0" is a scary thing. It comes with a lot of expectations and means both everything and nothing. It doesn't mean Obsidian is feature complete, it doesn't mean it's bug-free. But it does still mark an important milestone. It means we're proud enough to drop the word "beta".
We have grand plans to continue making Obsidian the best and most refined thought-processing app for decades to come. Obsidian 1.0 is just the start.
No, we still want to add more core features to Obsidian.
1.0 doesn't mean Obsidian is feature complete, it doesn't mean it's bug-free. But it does mark an important milestone. It means we're proud enough to drop the word "beta".
As we've done from the start, we will continue to make Obsidian more useful and easier to use, while staying local-first and private.
We have some exciting features planned on our roadmap. We don't have a timeline for them, they'll be ready when they've reached our standard.
Nope. Our pricing model stays the same.
Obsidian is still free for personal use. You can purchase add-on services like Sync or Publish, get a commercial license for work, or support us with a Catalyst license.