Ulysses, the writing program, is now at version 26, three months after its last update, with a few additional features for users who use it to write blog entries from it.
Here’s what’s new for the Mac and iOS versions:
A permanent counter has been added to the editor in Ulysses 26 for the Mac app.
Additional features include an improved flow for posting blog entries, a dedicated publishing button and preview, and a modernization of the WordPress integration through the REST API.
Three of the updates released for the Mac app are now available for Ulysses on iOS. These are the ones I’ve got.
- Blog post publishing has been streamlined.
- A publishing preview and a dedicated publishing menu have been added.
- The WordPress REST API was used to modernize the integration.
To help you focus on your writing more than anything else, Ulysses is an app you should use. As a result, it is one of the most convenient methods for moving from an iPhone to an iPad to a Mac to continue working on a project.
Ulysses for iPad and iPhone began supporting third-party font programs like Creative Cloud or iFont in February’s version 25.
Fonts can be used in the Ulysses editor for writing regardless of whether or not users have these apps installed. This implies that you can use the same font in all of your projects.
You can use the Ulysses mobile app for free unless you choose to pay for all of its capabilities.
Monthly subscriptions cost $5.99, and annual subscriptions cost $49.99. If you’re a student, you may get the app for just $11.99 for six months. The discount is given directly through the app.
Ulysses 26 is a free upgrade for people who already have the app and bought it from the App Store.