This week MacSparky is sponsored by Ulysses, The app where I do so much writing on Mac, iPad, and iPhone. In the last year, my usage of Ulysses has only increased more. It has become for me, “the place for words”. Not only do I keep a repository of text, I call it the “text bank” that I use in my law practice in Ulysses, it has also become the place I keep notes, work on drafts, outline screencasts, plan podcasts, and write just about all the other words I make in one context or another. I love the clean design and the way it syncs everything everywhere.
The Ulysses team just keeps making the app better. Just this week, they released a new update for iOS and iPad that adds a ton of power features, including mouse and trackpad support, external folder support, and several more new features. Writing is hard. Ulysses helps you out by removing distractions and letting you focus on moving that cursor from left to right. Moreover, with seamless integration between all of my Apple devices, I can add and edit my words on everything from my 27” iMac to my iPhone in my pocket. Best of all, if you sign up with the links in this blog post, you’ll get three months of Ulysses for free.