Ulysses, a flexible writing tool for iPad, has received a major update. The app is now universal for both iPhone and iPad, and completely supports the iPad Pro, including iOS 9’s Split View and Slide Over multitasking. Ulysses also sports a number of other new features as well, including Medium export, DOCX import, and much more.
This is what you can expect in Ulysses 2.5:
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
Ulysses normally costs $24.99, but for a limited time, you can pick it up for $19.99. You can find Ulysses 2.5 on the app Store now.
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