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