Ulysses
Ulysses
17

4.1

Ulysses free download for Mac

Ulysses

17
20 August 2019

Your one-stop writing environment.

Overview

Ulysses lets you focus when you need to concentrate. It keeps all your texts neatly stuffed in its intuitive library. With a few clicks, Ulysses can create beautiful documents from your manuscripts: PDFs, web pages, even iBooks-ready ePubs. With its simple, clutter-free interface, it will turn work hours into fun time. And mere thoughts into powerful stories. If you love to write, and write a lot, Ulysses is made for you.

What's new in Ulysses

Version 17:

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

Ulysses 17 adds favorite keywords, image captions in the editor, and some cool new export styles.

Features:
  • Keywords
  • Mark keywords as favorites
  • Quickly assign favorite keywords
  • Sort keywords by color in the keyword manager
  • Icons of keyword filters now show their keywords’ color
  • Editor
  • Show image captions on image previews
  • Press Space on preview images to invoke QuickLook
  • Automatically update numbering of ordered lists
  • Repeatedly press Return within a list to reduce indentation level
  • Export
  • Added four new PDF/DOCX export styles
  • Image captions are now supported in PDF, DOCX and RTF export
Fixes:
  • Ensure that manual order of keywords is always retained
  • Fixed handling of images with whitespace in the filename in TextBundles
  • Allow to export syntax highlighting and raw HTML when publishing to Ghost
  • Fixed uploading images to Ghost blogs when custom domains are used
  • Fixes problem with long filenames when publishing to Ghost blogs
  • Fixed crash when merging sheets
  • Fixed crash when dragging out broken sheet
  • Fixed crash when creating empty markup

Requirements for Ulysses

  • OS X 10.11.0 or later

178 Ulysses Reviews

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wRkA
11 August 2017

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¿Another app with subscription model? To the trash... At this rate this will be a painful for many people.
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Version 11
Appleday88
20 August 2019
NEIN zu Software-Abos!
NO to software subscriptions!!!!!!!
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Version 17
Macintosh-Sauce
28 May 2019
I was going to have a look at the new version, but when I read that it was now a subscription product - NO THANKS! I am divesting myself of all subscription products on my Mac. Going to check out Scrivener instead, because I'm writing a book at the moment and so is my wife. e.g. Instead of using Microsoft Office 365 I now use LibreOffice - free to use and I'm even going to donate something to them because the suite of programs is really great and available on macOS, Windows, Linux. I saved myself $99/year.
Like (3)
Version 16
sup3rny4nb0y2
12 January 2019
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Version 14.4
Gazman
29 September 2018
Great despite misgivings about subscription. I'd owned the previous two versions of Ulysses (that didn't require a subscription) and when the new version came out, I just stuck with the previous version because it still worked well. However, I've now upgraded to the new, subscription model (I get a lifetime discount due to purchasing the previous versions) and I've got to say I just feel at home writing in Ulysses. I have a number of other writing apps, however, I feel Ulysses nails that sweet spot between features and ease of use. I love writing in it, so much so that I've now deleted the other writing apps from my MacBook because I find myself doing all my writing in Ulysses.
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Version 14.2
KenGetz
29 July 2018
Love the app. Using the Setapp version now.
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Version 13.2
nobody2011
19 June 2018
Contains free 14-day trial on all devices.
Like (1)
Version 13.1
Maclover1-1
16 June 2018
Subscription for text files, no thanks.
Like (8)
Version 13
LuxLogica
30 May 2018
It is in fact subscription-ware, which is FALSELY ADVERTISED here as "free". It is a note-taking app - think 'Evernote' - not a "writing project management tool" - like the far superior Scrivener (although it bills itself as one). As a note-taking app, it stores every single piece of text you write - for every project and client - and puts it into one single 'database' - a nightmare, if you have to juggle multiple writing projects with widely varying content and styles. Exporting all this data, properly separated into individual projects, to other apps is a bit of a chore.. It uses a proprietary file format, lacks the research management and the export tools that the competitors have. With many freeware and cheaper (buy-once) markdown editors around - see LightPaper - it's a wonder that this has lasted as long as it has.
Like (7)
Version 13
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Funjoy
Funjoy
30 May 2018
Devs are not 'advertising' it here. Macupdate lists all freely downloadable apps as free.

App also does *not* put everything into a single database... unless you want that. But you can easily add external files (on Mac Dropbox, whatever) if you want.
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D.G.S.
07 May 2018
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Version 12.3
sbenitezb
11 April 2018
What's wrong with developers these days? They all want to charge a suscription for a piece of software. It's not a service like Netflix, so I don't see why they expect people to keep paying... Thankfully there exists Scrivener, which is much better and complete.
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Version 12.3
Free

4.1

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