Drafts 15 has been released to support both iOS and the new iPadOS 13. And as it is with the major releases, I had the opportunity to write about it over at MacStories. I encourage everyone to go read it there, but wanted to offer a couple of highlights: Enhanced Shortcuts Support: the support for … Continue reading “Drafts 15”
For many years, Drafts has been the place on iOS where text starts. But for all of those years, there has been a missing component: a macOS counterpart. That ends today. Drafts for Mac has finally been released to the public. Last time there was a major release, I wrote the Macstories Review. But when … Continue reading “Drafts for Mac”
Last week, Drafts released version 5.6. While it is not as big as some of the other releases before it, it does bring some important enhancements to the app.
The latest Drafts update brings some improvements with Markdown syntax. In addition to the standard Markdown (which has been simplified to represent the original Markdown specification), there are two additional syntax options: MultiMarkdown and GitHub Markdown. MultiMarkdown is a flavor which allows for footnotes, tables, citations, etc. GitHub Markdown is a different flavor of Markdown … Continue reading “Drafts 5.5 – The Markdown Update”