Ulysses 20 Brings An All New Dashboard And Revision Mode Features

Ulysses, a popular writing and markdown editor app for Mac, iPad and iPhone updates to version 20 with new handy features. The UI has been redesigned by adding an all new dashboard. There’s also a built-in grammar and style check feature, revision tools, and more.

In the new dashboard column on the right hand side, you can see the outline of your current document and document statistics such as word count, character count and average reading time. The document outline lets you navigate easily to headings and sub-headings and jump to the exact point in your document. In the same view, you can navigate to elements like annotations, media and links. The panel also shows you details on attachments, notes, and grammar suggestions. The new dashboard is made available to Mac, iPad and iPhone. The dashboard doesn’t introduce any new feature, but consolidates the already existing tools in an integrated manner for easy access. Read More

iOS 14’s Customizable Widgets – What’s New And How To Use

iOS 14 is coming with a host of exciting new features. While we anticipate its wait, Let’s learn how to use one of the major features that Apple is bringing with its upcoming update – ‘Home Screen Widgets’. For the first time, Apple users will experience a customizable home screen allowing the users to add the needed information on the home screen making it more flexible to use. Widgets will come in three sizes and one can add up to 10 apps within one widget.

Here’s how to use widgets in iPhone

  • Tap and hold on an empty space in the ‘Today’ view and press the ‘+’ button that appears in the top-left corner to reveal your available apps. Make sure to choose the correct size. Once the widget is added, its not resizable and you will have to delete and start again.
  • If the widgets are in ‘jiggle’ mode, you can drag them around and place them in the desired order. You can also long press on the widget for the ‘Edit’ option and customize it accordingly.

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Apple’s Annual Summer Camp Brings Free Activities Right To The Camper’s Home – Registrations Now Open

With the whole world moving to digital modes for carrying out meeting, activities and events, Apple Camp 2020 will be held virtually too. Apple had announced last week that its yearly Apple Camp which takes place at their retail stores will now be held online, where kids can experience fun digital programs from their favourite spot at home. Thereby, the event is being called ‘Apple Camp at Home’. Apple Camp at Home is bringing digital activites for childern between the age of 8-12 years for free by offering a self-guided activity book and live virtual sessions with Apple Creatives. The digital programs are focused on video, art & design, and coding. The registrations for Apple Camp at Home are now open, parents can sign up for the online sessions and also download the free Activity Book. Read More