The Markdown Snowball

There is suddenly influx of Markdown and MultiMarkdown friendly apps on the iPad. While Markdown has provided an easy way to write for the web for years, the arrival of iOS devices and the need for portable text documents with retained formatting creates a perfect storm for widespread adoption of Markdown and MultiMarkdown for this purpose.

iOS developers have jumped on board with several interesting apps including MarkdownMail, Edito, and Elements. There are more. I’m still looking at these apps and making my own decisions about which ones I will incorporate into my workflows. This morning, I discovered a new contender, Trunk Notes (via Practically Efficient and Steven Frank) that allows you to create a Wiki synchronized through your Dropbox account (in an upcoming update) all for $1 (Through Monday). I waxed poetic about Markdown and MultiMarkdown in the upcoming Mac Power Users episode that will release this weekend. We even talked MultiMarkdown author Fletcher Penney to join us for a bit. Stay tuned.

10 Comments The Markdown Snowball

  1. jim@Jimfmunro.com

    I am a fairly recent adopter of markdown (thanks in part to MPU), but I have since switched all my text input to it and love it.

    I'd be curious to hear how you are using TrunkNotes in your workflow. I sadly can't come up with a reason to buy it, but it looks good.

    I'm looking forward to the upcoming MPU on Markdown! It's giving me a reason not to die from this head cold I have. 🙂

    Thanks!

    Reply
  2. jim@Jimfmunro.com

    I am a fairly recent adopter of markdown (thanks in part to MPU), but I have since switched all my text input to it and love it.

    I'd be curious to hear how you are using TrunkNotes in your workflow. I sadly can't come up with a reason to buy it, but it looks good.

    I'm looking forward to the upcoming MPU on Markdown! It's giving me a reason not to die from this head cold I have. 🙂

    Thanks!

    Reply
  3. jim@Jimfmunro.com

    I am a fairly recent adopter of markdown (thanks in part to MPU), but I have since switched all my text input to it and love it.

    I'd be curious to hear how you are using TrunkNotes in your workflow. I sadly can't come up with a reason to buy it, but it looks good.

    I'm looking forward to the upcoming MPU on Markdown! It's giving me a reason not to die from this head cold I have. 🙂

    Thanks!

    Reply
  4. jim@Jimfmunro.com

    I am a fairly recent adopter of markdown (thanks in part to MPU), but I have since switched all my text input to it and love it.

    I'd be curious to hear how you are using TrunkNotes in your workflow. I sadly can't come up with a reason to buy it, but it looks good.

    I'm looking forward to the upcoming MPU on Markdown! It's giving me a reason not to die from this head cold I have. 🙂

    Thanks!

    Reply
  5. jim@Jimfmunro.com

    I am a fairly recent adopter of markdown (thanks in part to MPU), but I have since switched all my text input to it and love it.

    I'd be curious to hear how you are using TrunkNotes in your workflow. I sadly can't come up with a reason to buy it, but it looks good.

    I'm looking forward to the upcoming MPU on Markdown! It's giving me a reason not to die from this head cold I have. 🙂

    Thanks!

    Reply

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