What you need to know
- Ulysses 18 is now available in the App Store.
- The update adds support for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.1.
- Dark Mode, Split View, and multiple window support are added, .
The first change that most people will notice is the inclusion of support for Dark Mode. Ulysses previously had its own dark theme built into the app, but by using the system's implementation it can now respond according to the Dark Mode setting. The result is a dark aesthetic that looks great.
Ulysses now also fully supports Split View on iPad. By including Split View, developers also opened the door to advanced multitasking techniques such as multiple windows and multiple spaces, too.
One common request has also been worked on, with the update adding support for external folders. That means that you can access files stored on Dropbox right from within the app or as the Ulysses blog notes, any other service.
All in, this is one solid update for Ulysses, especially if you're an iPad user. You can download version 18 for free now, with a 14-day trial period available. After that a subscription is required in order to use the app.
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