Ulysses is one of the most popular writing and markdown editing apps available for iPhone, iPad and Mac. The iOS version of the app is about to get a major update with grammar and style control, which is already available in the Mac version.
The latest update of Ulysses for Mac has added a new revision mode and options for checking the grammar and style of texts, and these features will come to iPhone and iPad this month with Ulysses 21.
With Audit Mode, users can hide unnecessary features and focus only on annotations and suggestions. As the name suggests, this mode is perfect for reviewing your texts with specific selections and comments.
The biggest change from this update, however, is the addition of advanced grammar and style control. Ulysses can now offer suggestions and discover grammatical errors such as capital letters, punctuation, semantics, redundancy, typography and style. According to the developers behind the app, grammar suggestions work in over 20 languages.
Revision mode, with advanced grammar and style control as a key element, was part of Ulysses̵7; 20 release early this summer and was initially limited to the app’s Mac version. With Ulysses 21, it will also be available on iPad and iPhone. Parity across platforms is crucial to us, and many of our users trust the iPad as a full-fledged work machine. We wanted to come up with an iOS solution as soon as possible
The Ulysses interface has also been modernized to match the style of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, providing a new Mac-like sidebar and compact menus.
Ulysses 21 will be available for iPhone and iPad users from 6 October. The app is free in the App Store, but it requires a subscription of $ 5.99 per month or $ 49.99 per year.
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