Editorial Plain Text Editor Launched for iPad With Markdown Support

Posted August 15, 2013 at 8:44pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5604 views

Editorial is a plain text editor for the iPad with powerful automation tools and a beautiful inline preview for writing Markdown.

You can combine a large selection of simple text processing actions into your very own workflows — all in an intuitive drag'n'drop interface that makes it easy to see what's happening.

Features:
● Inline Markdown Preview – You can always swipe left to switch to a full HTML preview.

● Extensible with Workflows – Almost 50 configurable actions can be combined into powerful workflows for extending Editorial's feature set.

● Scriptable with Python – You can also integrate scripts into your workflows for even more advanced automation.

● Full Documentation – Editorial comes with a complete set of documentation for all the different workflow actions and Python modules. Help is directly accessible from the workflow and Python editors.

● Sync with Dropbox – You can store your documents in a configurable Dropbox folder, and even view comparisons with older versions to see the progress you've made.

● Smart Keyboard – The extended keyboard was specifically designed for writing Markdown and includes all the special characters you need.

● In-App Browser – If you need to do some quick research while writing, you don't have to leave the app for that.

You can purchase Editorial from the App Store for $4.99.

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PhoneApp - August 17, 2013 at 3:53am
What, I thought interpreters for computer languages were forbidden for iOS.
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