See what’s new at iTextEditors

iTextEditors, my comparison chart for iOS text editing apps of all sorts, continues to grow. With the features of over 80 text editors now listed on the chart, I don’t think I’m lying when I say it’s a valuable resource to anyone who wants simple, fast editing on their iOS device. While I haven’t had the time to redesign the chart to make the comparison and filtering as easy as possible, I did find the time to add a way to specify what’s been most recently added or updated.

A small blue star appears to the left of the app name for latest 5-10 updates and additions1. Now, if you check back every now and then to see what’s new, well, you’ll actually be able to see what’s new. I’m thinking about building a feed of some kind for it, too, to notify interested parties about additions. There’s actually a lot in store, as time allows.

Developers, keep sending me your apps and updates! This list is getting a lot of traffic and it’s a great way to make sure you’re seen. Please note, though, that this particular list is only for plain text editors. If your app is primarily a Rich Text editor, hold off for a bit. I’ll be expanding in the future.

Whether you’re a user or a developer, if you find an error on iTextEditors, please use the submission form to specify the correction and add a short note in the comment field letting me know. I don’t have time to confirm every feature on all of these myself, but I want to keep it as up-to-date and accurate as possible.

Thanks everybody for helping make iTextEditors a useful tool!

  1. Seems simple, right? Because the system runs off a Google Spreadsheet and generates automatically, it’s trickier than you might think…

Brett Terpstra

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