Who would have thought that our first AppStore-App will be Ulysses?
Soon to be followed by Daedalus.
What else to say? We made it. Finally. Wish us luck!
Tags: AppStore, Release, Ulysses
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That was mean :D
what a surprise.
Can it sync with iPad/iPhone/Dropbox?
I hate Scrivener, in part just because of the hype, but have to use it because of the iPad/iPhone sync, would be a relieve to use Ulysses again.
I am not quite sure what you mean exactly. There is no builtin sync. You can use dropbox to share projects. You can export to iphone-compatible formats. and re-import them. But there is no direct syncing facility whatsoever.
You are talking about Ulysses for the Mac AppStore, not Ulysses mobile for the iOS App Store, right?
Bummer. Got that one already ;)
Ha — good job! Being there early is important, certainly for an app like Ulysses that is not as well-known to the general public as it should be. Great opportunity for having another shot at first mover advantage… ;-)
Has it been approved? I cannot find it here (UK), not yet….
This is about the Mac App Store, I’ve updated the title to reflect that. But just to clarify: We’ve submitted standard Ulysses (2.0.5 though) to the new Mac App Store for approval.
Am I loosing something? Is there a 2.0.5 version and I can only find the 2.0.4?
You ain’t. We will release Ulysses 2.0.5 as a Update to all users once the AppStore has launched. Bascially it just fixed a couple of minor but annoying bugs :)
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