Drafts for both iPhone and iPad go iOS 7 only in version 3.5

Drafts for both iPhone and iPad go iOS 7 only in version 3.5

Drafts, one of the more popular text editor apps for both iPhone and iPad, upgraded to version 3.5 which brings with it Dropbox import, Google+ sharing, and a few other new features. Most notably, it's not only been updated with support for iOS 7, it's gone all in and became iOS 7 only.

If you're looking for a versatile text editor with sharing options and lots of third party support, Drafts is worth a long hard look. It's simply and easy to use and ties in lots of other apps such as Terminology, TextExpander, and more. Drafts also offers Markdown support.

For those of you not running iOS 7 yet, you should still be able to download the last compatible version due to the way the App Store works. Just be aware that new features will only come to iOS 7 and above.

If you've downloaded the updated version of Drafts, tell us what you think.

Have something to say about this story? Leave a comment! Need help with something else? Ask in our forums!

Allyson Kazmucha

Senior editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

More Posts



← Previously

Read Quick updated with Readability support

Next up →

Find just the word you are looking for with Terminology 3

Reader comments

Drafts for both iPhone and iPad go iOS 7 only in version 3.5


Dropbox import? Did you rather mean export?

EDIT: Never mind. Drafts seem to call it importing rather than exporting from the app...

EDIT2: But the terminology, whose-ever-fault, is nonetheless misleading. Importing suggests you can import/load drafts from Dropbox into the app -- which is exactly what Drafts cannot do. It can only export/save/output.