myTexts pro
myTexts pro


myTexts pro free download for Mac

myTexts pro2.0.2

20 June 2011

Companion Mac app for the all new myTexts Apps for iPad and iPhone.


myTexts pro... No distraction. Just text. Pure creativity. To go.

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This is the companion application for the all new myTexts Apps for iPad and iPhone.

"Less is more", as Mies van der Rohe said. Not only is this aphorism true in architecture, it's true in writing as well.

Enter myTexts, software specifically designed with you, the writer, in mind.

Feature set:

  • iDisk | Dropbox Support | iPad | iPhone Companion App
  • Snapshots | Backups | Auto-Save | Templates (Snippets)
  • Document | Media Browser with Preview (Quick Look)
  • Statistics | Statistics for Selection | Word Frequency Count
  • Preview (Paginated) | Markdown Support | Print/Export Formatted Documents
  • Print (Export as PDF) incl. Page Numbers and Custom Footer
  • Print/Export Groups (Complete Books for example)
  • Support for Rich Text/ Word/Open Office/Text/HTML/Markdown Documents
  • Gorgeous and Customizable Fullscreen View (Single Window Mode)
  • Drag-and-Drop Sophisticated Quick Groups | iTunes-like Search
  • Tags (OpenMeta Support) | Comments | Notes | Text Inline Search

I've written this new pro version to ensure a hassle free integration with Dropbox/iDisk/iPad/iPhone/whatever and to simplify the usage…

Intuitive from the start

You've much better to do than to study a manual. Just start working the second you've opened the app…

Distraction free

No mess, no fuss. myTexts is a distraction free writing environment for all kinds of scriveners…

Just one click away Never worry again about scattered files, folders, backups and missing texts. Just select needed one and type…

What's new in myTexts pro

Version 2.0.2:
  • added support for the latest 10.7 build (2.0.2)
  • import of existing docs will now be prevented (2.0.2)
  • fixed some glitches (2.0.2)
  • major update for Mac OS X Lion (2.0)
  • added support for 10.7
  • rewritten code basis
  • rewritten files section
  • improved groups
  • improved snapshots

Please note that this is a major update for the upcoming Mac OS Lion and thus not yet localized. Some added features are Mac OS 10.7 only and some of the new features 10.7 has to offer are not available because there simply is no documentation provided by Apple yet and due to fundamental changes you have to register again.

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How would you rate myTexts pro app?

5 Reviews of myTexts pro

24 October 2010
Version: 1.0

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A pretty nice text editor, I owned it and I still love it. Installed on MacBook and iPhone, both linked with Dropbox, easy to setup, fun to use.
17 December 2010
Version: 1.0.7
A slim and easy to use program, that syncs excellent with Dropbox an Mobileme. A perfect companion to the iPad app. The developer is very responsive and takes care of its programs - a reply on bug reports or other inquiries often comes within several hours, sometimes immediately.
07 November 2010
Version: 1.0.2
Best writing program on my mac and iPad/iPhone.
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25 October 2010
Version: 1.0
It is a wonderful word processor with a great companion on the iPad. I am using the iTunes file share feature and it just works for me. By the way: myTexts Pro just works. It's a great app for a great price.
24 October 2010
Version: 1.0
A pretty nice text editor, I owned it and I still love it. Installed on MacBook and iPhone, both linked with Dropbox, easy to setup, fun to use.
23 October 2010
Version: 1.0
This app and its corresponding iPad app is messed up. It is complex, badly documented, and needlessly difficult to use. Synchronization with Dropbox should be straight forward, but isn't. Cannot save the Dropbox login credentials, and so need to log in every time (the app emits a failure message but doesn't offer to log in for you), and a new sync folder is created on Dropbox with each log in. This in turn messes up the related Mac desktop app which cannot figure out what folders to synchronize with and will not synchronize with docs changed on the iPad. There is a confusing array of options, preferences, preference panels, and so on. Lots of help files, but none of them seem to correspond to what the app is actually doing. Docs can be uploaded to Dropbox, but not downloaded. Have to shut down this app, then open the iPad Dropbox app (separate; free) to access files, then reopen this app. Of course by then the app has forgotten your Dropbox credentials and you are back in the circular loop trying to figure out what's going on. It's a great idea that looks to have been implemented by a developer who doesn't understand user interfaces and how to make standard iPad apps. Why Apple approved this one for release in the App Store before it was finished is another problem.
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