Do you write? Whether you’re a professional writer or just enjoy writing as a hobby in your spare time — if you write a lot, you should have a look at Ulysses, the writing app for Mac, iPhone and iPad.
The app is popular among freelance writers, bloggers and novelists alike and has even been awarded with an Apple Design Award in 2016!
And with Ulysses 12 and Timing 2.2.1, we joined forces with the Ulysses team for much tighter integration between the apps, allowing for detailed tracking of your writing time.
Read on for more details on Ulysses and the integration, as well as the chance to win one of five one-year subscriptions for Ulysses!
In the latest episode of Core Intuition, Daniel Jalkut talks about switching from PayPal to Stripe as the payment method for his Mac app MarsEdit. This sparked a discussion on the corresponding Slack team about the pros and cons of different ways to handle selling your digital products.
European VAT rules, accounting and other distractions make this harder than you think!
In this article, I will outline the common payment options for digital products and their individual advantages and disadvantages. This is from the perspective of a Mac developer, but apart from the licensing aspect, it applies to all other digital products as well, including SaaS subscriptions and online courses.Read More…
One month ago (on May 9th, 2017), Timing 2 was released. Time for some navel-gazing!
More seriously, development started in April 2016 and the app’s interface changed quite a bit over the course of those 13 months:
This article illustrates how an app’s UI evolves during development, and highlights some subtle but important changes.Read More…