The smartphone is used for both work and play. Because of apps, creating and editing documents using your smartphone while on the go is very easy and convenient. Here are a couple of simple apps that you need on your phone if you need to view and edit documents. Do you use these apps for creating documents? Which apps are your favorite ones?
2 Essential Apps for Creating Documents
Byword seamlessly syncs your documents across all you iPhone, iPad and Mac devices through iCloud or Dropbox. The new version is enhanced for the iPad. With iCloud, all your documents are instantly available in all your other Apple devices. Dropbox on the other hand, allows you to create a new folder or choose an existing one and your documents will be there and can be viewed on different platforms.
Most Markdown editing features are now available in Byword iOS. These include easy conversion between bullet and number lists, list continuations, selection auto-wrapping for parenthesis, quotes, brackets and asterisks.
A swipable row can be found above the keyboard. This row includes selective word and character counters, smart pairing characters, all-direction text navigation, Markdown helpers for creating links, headings, lists and images and an undo key.
You can export Markdown documents to rich text, PDF and HTML and save them to Dropbox, iCloud or iTunes. If you need to print them, use AirPrint.
Are you an avid blogger? If your blog accepts HTML input, Byword can copy your HTML and place it in your blog. Draft a new blog post with Markdown syntax then copy-paste it to your blog.
You can compose emails and send it in rich text format. It supports the following extensions: txt, text, mmd, md, markdown, mdown, markdn, mkdn, markd and fountain. They also offer customer support. Byword is on sale for a limited time at 50% off for only $2.99 at the iTunes Store.
If you like keeping lists, ideas and notes in your phone, Simplenote is for you. You can automatically sync all your notes with your computer and other devices. It’s very easy to use plus you can use tags, pins, sharing and versions.
After you download Simplenote (which, by the way, is free), you will be asked to create an account. This allows all your notes to sync with your computer. You can now start creating notes. Sign in at simplenoteapp.com using your computer and you will find all your notes there. If you change something through your computer, it automatically syncs with your smartphone and vice versa.
You can use Simplenote with Windows, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and other devices aside from your Apple devices.
The free version includes an ad at the top of your note list. You can subscribe to Simplenote Premium if you don’t like the ads for only $19.99 per year. That also comes with other great Simplenote goodies.
Use these apps to be more productive and creative.
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