Ulysses for iPhone Review

It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Ulysses for Mac. Every article posted to The H&F starts with a new sheet in Ulysses and goes through numerous edits before eventually making its way online.

It should come as no surprise how excited I am to have the power of Ulysses on-the-go with my iPhone. The best news is not that Ulysses is now available on the iPhone, but that it’s just as powerful as its desktop equivalent. This isn’t a stripped down version of Ulysses. This is the real deal.

My Go-To Text Editor

I’ve said it before – any serious writer should be using Ulysses – and I still stand by that statement. Ulysses is a powerful text editor with a wonderful file management system, powerful editing tools and a clean UI that makes it easy to convert your thoughts into words. The best part of Ulysses isn’t, however, what features it has, but what it doesn’t have. Put simply, Ulysses has everything you need and nothing you don’t.

A Universal App

Though Ulysses added iPhone support yesterday, it’s been available on the iPad for a while now. I don’t currently have an iPad, but if I did, I would have Ulysses installed on it. With this update, Ulysses is now a universal app for iOS, which makes it an even more attractive purchase for those of you with multiple iOS devices.

This Review Was Edited On iOS

When Ulysses for iPhone became available on the App Store, I knew this was going to be the easiest app review I’ve ever written. It’s incredibly simple – if you’re a serious writer, student, author or blogger – you should be using Ulysses for the Mac, iPhone and iPad.

Ulysses is available as a universal app for iPhone and iPad for $27.99. You can also get the Mac version for $62.99. Do yourself a favour and jump on this limited-time pricing.

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