Ulysses 13 for iOS and macOS is Now Available

Ulysses, one of the most popular writing apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac has just been updated to Version 13.

[This] update adds one of our most requested features, enhances one of our most popular features, and colors one of our seemingly minor but most powerful features.

Ulysses 13 is a major update with some fantastic new features. While most people will appreciate the new code blocks implementation and live syntax highlighting, the real fantastic feature for me is the Daily Goal functionality.

I’ve been using it over the last week and things have mostly been awesome. I love being able to set goals per group inside the app and play around with themes and fonts from within. Unfortunately, I ran into multiple issues with Dropbox and am waiting for a response from the team before doing a full feature on the app as I had initially planned.

You can try Ulysses for free on iOS and macOS with the new free trial. In fact, if you used up your free trial earlier, they have reset all trials, so everyone can take the app for a spin for free once again. Ulysses 13 is a Free Update and you can download it on the App Store for iOS and macOS.

Ulysses Launches Vesper Import Tool

Hot on the heels of Simplenote for iOS adding markdown support earlier today, the folks at The Soulmen have today released an tool for importing your notes from Vesper into Ulysses.

I’ve always looking at Ulysses as more of a writing app rather than a notes app, so I’m not really sure why you’d want to import your notes into it, but if you still want to, there’s an easy way now.

Check it out here.

Ulysses for iPad

Along with the release of Ulysses 2.0 for Mac, The Soulmen also today released Ulysses for iPad. It is a brand new app that is just as powerful and feature-rich as its Mac counterpart and is a perfect companion app when you’re on the go. The Soulmen have had an iPad app called Daedalus Touch on the App Store, but it has largely stayed [...]


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