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Creative Writing App Ulysses Gets Universal Binary

Creative Writing App Ulysses Gets Universal Binary

by , 12:00 AM EDT, April 17th, 2006

Blue Technologies Group has released a Universal Binary update to its application Ulysses, which is aimed at creative writers. The free download also features a new Formatted Text Export plug-in as well as a variety of bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ulysses, whose name is a nod to the classic James Joyce novel, features a tabbed single-window interface with integrated notepads, a documents browser, search and filter functions, and multi-document previews. It's geared toward novelists and other storytellers. Mac OS X v10.3.9 is required. Pricing is €100 (US$121).


The Ulysses interface

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