Ulysses brings its powerful text editing to the iPhone and iPad Pro

Ulysses, a flexible writing tool for iPad, has received a major update. The app is now universal for both iPhone and iPad, and completely supports the iPad Pro, including iOS 9's Split View and Slide Over multitasking. Ulysses also sports a number of other new features as well, including Medium export, DOCX import, and much more.

This is what you can expect in Ulysses 2.5:

  • Fully adapted to iPhone
  • Fully adapted to iOS 9's Split Screen
  • Fully adapted to iPad Pro
  • Added Medium export
  • Added Share Extension
  • Added X-Callback Actions for creating new sheets and opening groups, filters, Favorites, Last 7 Days
  • Added 3D Touch actions on supported devices
  • Added Spotlight indexing/opening via Springboard
  • Added DOCX import
  • Added a couple of brand new PDF/DOCX export styles
  • Added reading aloud metric
  • Added keyword editor to sheet list
  • Now always shows keywords in attachment sidebar
  • Now allows sorting on a per-group basis
  • Now allows filtering by creation date
  • Now syncs collapsed groups across devices
  • Completely reworked button row
  • Improved startup time
  • Improved iCloud syncing reliability and conflict handling
  • Improved navigation using external keyboards
  • Improved discoverability of keyboard shortcuts with shortcut overlay
  • Fixed a bunch of bugs and crashes
  • Fixed CMD-B and CMD-I shortcuts

Ulysses normally costs $24.99, but for a limited time, you can pick it up for $19.99. You can find Ulysses 2.5 on the App Store now.

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