Elements for Dropbox, the plain text and Markdown editor for iPhone and iPad, has received a large update, adding many new features, including a new design and other major additions. Elements now supports MultiMarkdown, and extension of the original Markdown syntax that supports things like footnotes, tables, citations, and more.
There have been a few changes to help you customize the look and feel of the app. Elements has added a customization pack as an in-app purchase. The pack allows you to change the look of Elements, like the top bar, as well as create custom Markdown stylesheets. The pack can be purchased from Elements' setting screen for $1.99. Courier Prime and Avenir Next have been added as font options. You can toggle auto-capitalization and auto-correction on and off, and the latest version of the TextExpander SDK is supported.
This update requires iOS 7 and is free to existing users, and new users can get it for $4.99 from the App Store.