Obsidian and iA Writer – a quick and easy way to get your plain text apps working in harmony 🎉

Icons courtesy of https://obsidian.md and https://ia.net I mentioned in my previous post about iA, Ulysses & Scrivener how I like to be able to see my files in the Finder, and how this can be useful. Here’s a perfect example, and how to make your text files accessible in both iA Writer and Obsidian. Obsidian… Continue reading Obsidian and iA Writer – a quick and easy way to get your plain text apps working in harmony 🎉

Ulysses, iA Writer & Scrivener

All great, often compared, very different – and I’ve made my choice Icons courtesy of https://ulysses.app and https://ia.net/writer YMMV and all that jazz Ulysses is a great application, but having used it for several months I’ve decided to return to iA Writer and Scrivener. Here are my reasons. The first thing to say is that… Continue reading Ulysses, iA Writer & Scrivener

TaskPaper – A Versatile, Flexible, Productivity App 📃

From weekly planning to project management, TaskPaper does the lot TaskPaper icon via https://www.taskpaper.com I’ve struggled to find a productivity, task manager, todo list app, or whatever you want to call it, that’s right for me. I’ve tried Things (twice) and found it frustrating; OmniFocus is all bells and whistles and too expensive; Apple Notes… Continue reading TaskPaper – A Versatile, Flexible, Productivity App 📃

iA Writer – Plain Text, Pure and Simple

Icon screenshot courtesy of the author I've mentioned iA Writer in several previous posts, which indicated the app deserves coverage of its own. Here’s my experience with Writer from Information Architects, and how I use it now. I've owned a copy of Writer since its first lunch in 2010. I was immediately attracted by its… Continue reading iA Writer – Plain Text, Pure and Simple