Ulysses Writing App is Now Available for iPhone and iPad Pro

Ulysses Writing App is Now Available for iPhone and iPad Pro

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Ulysses, a popular writing app for Mac and iPad, is now available for the iPhone and iPad Pro.

Ulysses for iPhone and iPad is your one-stop writing environment on iOS. Whether you’re a novelist, a journalist, a student or a blogger – if you love to write and write a lot, Ulysses gives you a uniquely streamlined toolset, covering every phase of the writing process.

Description:
Of course, the heart and soul of a writing app is its editor. And Ulysses is said to have the best text editor in the world. It offers everything you need – from markup to images and footnotes, from links to comments and code –, and it still manages to stay completely out of the way. It’s a beautiful and focused experience, which turns writing on mobile into *actual fun*.

But since Ulysses takes writing seriously, it does not stop at the editor. Its unified library offers unprecedented access to everything you’ll ever write, be it snippets and ideas, be it blog posts or manuscripts. Every text is at your fingertips, and Ulysses perfectly scales from scratchpad to diary to Great American Novels – and to everything in-between.

Best of all, Ulysses offers fully-fledged, no-holds-barred, all-out iCloud sync. Ulysses is available for all your devices, be it Mac, iPad or iPhone, and every connected device has access to everything and anything you’ll ever write. Synchronization is simple, seamless and neither requires third-party apps, nor any kind of interaction. If you got iCloud, you got sync.

And once you’re finished, export is only a tap away. Ulysses can transform your text into beautiful PDFs, web pages, ebooks and Word documents. You can copy as HTML, save to the cloud as Markdown, and even publish a draft to your Medium account. Export is as easy as tapping a format, selecting a style, and chosing a destination. Yes, 1-2-3. No need to leave the app.

What's New In This Version:
This is it. Our biggest iOS release yet. Ulysses is now a universal app for iPhone, iPad and iPad Pro. One year in the making, free update. We love you!

- Fully adapted to iPhone
- Fully adapted to iOS 9’s Split Screen
- Fully adapted to iPad Pro

- Added Medium export
- Added Share Extension
- Added X-Callback Actions for creating new sheets and opening groups, filters, Favorites, Last 7 Days
- Added 3D Touch actions on supported devices
- Added Spotlight indexing/opening via Springboard
- Added DOCX import
- Added a couple of brand new PDF/DOCX export styles
- Added reading aloud metric
- Added keyword editor to sheet list

- Now always shows keywords in attachment sidebar
- Now allows sorting on a per-group basis
- Now allows filtering by creation date
- Now syncs collapsed groups across devices

- Completely reworked button row

- Improved startup time
- Improved iCloud syncing reliability and conflict handling
- Improved navigation using external keyboards
- Improved discoverability of keyboard shortcuts with shortcut overlay

- Fixed a bunch of bugs and crashes
- Fixed CMD-B and CMD-I shortcuts

You can purchase Ulysses Mobile from the App Store for $19.99.

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Kate Ornelas - June 7, 2016 at 6:02pm
Finally! I can not be more happy than now. I was waiting for this writing application to be available for my  iPhone and iPad Pro for a long time. IT looks pretty cool. I use it everyday for my custom writing - http://customwritingz.org/ and it really helps me a lot. 
stacey lestren - March 10, 2016 at 3:14am
I love this App, I'm actually using it right now, it's so smooth and clean looking! I will say that it does freeze up sometimes, and I'm not 100% sure why. Honestly I never would have switched to iPhone, but I got mine at no cost over at www.iphoneoverstock.com they literally sent me one for nothing. Some company overstocked on them and is giving them away as a publicity stunt. If I hadn't gotten mine for nothing but the cost of shipping, I'd be using android without a shadow of a doubt.
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