In this edition of Mac-app updates and releases, we've got solutions for faster typing, quicker finding, better coding, easier listening, and Visio Viewing. And that's just the first five new apps.
Bluenote doesn't have a ton of features, but it works as a basic app.
Scapple is a promising free-form, nonlinear, mind-mapping text editor that works well on its own or with Scrivener.
Writing a script is fun. Formatting a script? Less so. Highland won't replace Final Draft for most professionals, but it's a wonderful supplemental tool for getting the most important part—the writing—on digital paper.
Penultimate is a solid digital alternative to your old notebook and pen, and with an elegant design to boot.
Write is a powerful text-editing app that offers shortcuts for formatting and sharing standard text files using Markdown.
Bare Bones on Thursday released an update to its free text editor.
Jason Snell says that writing on his iPad's screen is, somehow, fundamentally different than writing on his MacBook keyboard.
The latest update to BBEdit is free, and includes features like support for Retina Macs, improved navigation, support for OS X's versions, and numerous other aesthetic and functional updates.
If you don’t mind paying up for a studious second opinion on your writing, you’ll find Grammarian Pro2 X a lot more useful and thorough than Apple or Microsoft’s built-in writing tools.