Today Ulysses got a significant update to version 2.7. The new version adds several useful features.
Touch Bar Support
This new version fully supports the Touch Bar. It is interesting to note how some developers are using the Touch Bar to replace keyboard shortcut functions and others are using it to add new and different functionality. It is still early days and, since I am already pretty handy with keyboard shortcuts, I prefer the new functionality model. Ulysses’ update includes a little bit of both. It’s obvious that conscientious app developers are struggling with how best to take advantage of the Touch Bar and I expect the design language around the Touch Bar is going to evolve quite a bit in the next year.
The Sierra update made it easy to add tabs to any application. This makes a ton of sense in an application like Ulysses and now it supports it.
There is More
Additionally, the new version supports storing images in external folders and Evernote import. Is it just me or does it seem like a lot of developers are finding ways to accommodate unhappy Evernote users?
This is a nice update for Ulysses and I’m happy to see the continued development and support. You can read more about the Ulysses update on their blog.