On this episode of the Damashe and Michael, Just talking tech (DM Series) Damashe and Michael want to share some of the cool tools we use for getting work done every day.
Damashe and Michael are going to introduce you to 1Password,
This has quickly become one of my favorites, making its way to my home screen.
Gabe Weatherhead from Mac Drifter wrote a great overview.
DEVONthink for iOS is a full featured, secure document manager with terrific capture tools and a really powerful PDF editing option. It supports simultaneous sync with several different services and adds encryption on top. I like it better than Evernote, Apple Notes, or OneNote. It costs $15. Buy the IAP to get better sync and PDF editing. It’s changed how I use my mobile devices.
Julio Ojeda-Zapata writing for tidbits
What It Is… and Is Not — Before I go further, I should make crystal-clear what Ulysses is – and isn’t – in general terms.
Ulysses is not like Word or Pages, which blend word processing with desktop publishing to fashion complex documents that incorporate intricate layouts with all manner of imagery and typography. It’s also unlike Scrivener, which bristles with organizing features for long-form writers, such as novelists who wrestle with plot outlines, character lists, and story arcs. And it doesn’t have collaborative editing capabilities like Google Docs.
At its core, Ulysses is focused on plain text. In this regard, it’s more like those minimal apps I mentioned. They typically support Markdown, a plain-text markup language used for composing and converting to HTML and other formats. Ulysses also is Markdown-centric, with users applying the syntax by default. But Ulysses is more ambitious than other Markdown editors in its organizational capabilities, and it adds features (like image embedding) that simpler writing apps leave out.
John explains it and it’s accessible? Link
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