iPad Pro, 2 Months In

It’s been just over two months since I made the jump to the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, so it’s a good time to share some thoughts on my extended use of the device. Scrivener As far as I’m concerned, the 12.9 inch iPad Pro is the ideal platform for Scrivener users, especially those who use…

Blogging Workflow

Shortly after iOS Scrivener was released I wrote a post about blogging with the application. I’ve written several posts from start to finish on my iPad since then, and the process of opening up the exported text in another app, copying it, and pasting it into WordPress worked “fine.” After bringing it into WordPress, however,…

Go ahead, blog with iOS Scrivener

When iOS Scrivener came out one the features I believed missing was the ability to export as markdown.Ninety percent of the time this is not an issue, copying and pasting the text of a markdown formatted post works just fine. That other ten percent however occurs when I insert footnotes into my posts 1. I…

iOS Scrivener, Draft Preview

I’ve been writing about iOS Scrivener quite a bit lately, so this will probably be my last post on it for a while 1, but this feature is one I missed in my initial review and it deserves a bit of attention.2 Part of Scrivener’s brilliance is how it breaks down different sections of a…

Nifty iOS Scrivener Trick

Correction: I incorrectly noted that quick reference documents couldn’t be edited in iOS Scrivener. Actually, they can be edited. Thanks for the correction @ScrivenerApp! One is my favorite features in Scrivener is Composition Mode. In this mode the rest of the operating system fades away and I’m left with the closest I can get to a…

It has landed

For the past few years I have been an avid fan of Scrivener for my writing. Until last year, however, I had held off using Scrivener as my primary writing tool. Instead, I’d typically create content in a Markdown editor, and import it into Scrivener to create structure for my projects. The reason for this…