Ulysses is an extraordinary text editor for Mac, iPad and iPhone with a unique set of advanced features and a beautiful design that received an Apple Design Award. What sets Ulysses apart from the package is a carefully balanced set of advanced tools that writers appreciate in a refined, elegant, distraction-free user interface that makes writing a pleasure.
Whether you are writing at home, in the office or on the go, Ulysses is always there to help. The app includes fast and reliable synchronization, so you always have what you need with you.
With the latest update, Ulysses has added grammar and style control for over 20 languages, offering proposed changes for all kinds of issues. There is also a special dashboard in the sidebar that includes statistics, keywords, footnotes and an overview of the headings in your writing that provides a bird̵
Ulysses’ library sidebar also keeps your writing organized, so you can organize it into groups that can be nested. The app also has powerful search and filtering options, keyword support and built-in images that can be stored locally or remotely on a server.
Ulysses allows you to specify characters, words, and other types of writing language that can be associated with a single document or an entire group. Goals can also be combined with deadlines, which is a great way to form good writing habits.
When you finish writing, Ulysses also has many export and publishing options. Your work can be exported as plain text, Markdown, TextBundle, rich text, DOCX, ePub, HTML and PDF and published using WordPress, Medium or Ghost. To learn more about Ulysses, visit ulysses.app.
Ulysses is a free download and try before you decide whether you want to subscribe for $ 4.99 / month or $ 39.99 / year. Students can subscribe for six months at a time for $ 10.99. MacStories readers can benefit from it a special extended three-month free trial for a limited period. It’s a great way to discover the app’s full capabilities, so be sure to check out Ulysses’ new features right away.
Our thanks to Ulysses for sponsoring MacStories this week.