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Elements - Dropbox Powered Text Editor lets you share and edit text (TXT) files on your iOS device via Dropbox. Dropbox is a free program (Windows, Mac, iPhone) that lets you quickly transfer files between platforms with a folder that automatically syncs up between the devices to make moving files a breeze. You'll also need to register with Dropbox in order to use Elements. But with Elements, you'll now have a separate folder in Dropbox where you can place text files and edit them on your iPhone or iPad. Any changes you make will be automatically synced to your desktop computer's Dropbox, making it easy to work on the go.
Elements is an excellent--if a bit expensive, in iPhone app terms--app with several features that will be useful to those who use text editors for writing, coding, or taking notes. The advantage of text editors over standard word processors is that they are flexible, fast, and totally cross-platform. Added features in Elements include full text search of all your files; a handy info pane that tells you word counts, line counts, and character counts; a separate Scratchpad where you can take quick notes; and TextExpander support so you can bring in your commonly used text snippets to save time. Overall, if you use text editors in your work, or just want a way to sync up text files across your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and desktop computers, Elements is a great choice.
ONE OF MACWORLD'S 20 MUST-HAVE IPAD APPS, UPDATED FOR IOS 7What Is Elements?Voted text editor of the year by Macworld and one of Gizmodo's best iPad apps.Elements is a dedicated Markdown and Dropbox powered writing environment for iOS. Elements allows you to view, edit and share plain text and Markdown documents on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. All of your data is stored in a folder on your personal Dropbox account so that it's accessible from any device you have.Whether you're a freelance writer wanting to write your next article, a student with a book report due or professional on-the-go who needs access to their notes wherever they are, Elements can work for you. Features- Create, view and edit text files (.txt) on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch- Create, view, edit and preview Markdown files on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch- Cloud based: Elements stores all its data on your personal Dropbox account so you can access it via your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC- MultiMarkdown support- Both automatic and manual syncing- Autosaving - Offline support: upload your changes to Dropbox next time you're connected- Full text search of your Elements files- Word counts, line counts, character count- A Scratchpad to flesh out ideas or store random bits of information- Email files as an attachments, in-line or as rendered HTML- Printing support- TextExpander touch support- Custom CSS theming for Markdown previews (Requires In-App Purchase)- Custom theme the Elements interface to match your own personal style (Requires In-App Purchase)- Free customer support via emailReviews"Works like a charm. Great idea." John Gruber, Daring Fireball"This simple, easy to use text app is a must" 148apps"This is a really simple, nice text editor." Leo Laporte"A perfect Dropbox-syncing text editor for writers." Cult of Mac"A must-have app for iPad-using writers" Dennis Sellers, Macsimum News"It's a great app." MacStories.netRequirements- iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7- iPad running iOS 7- Dropbox accountGetting Help & SupportWe'd love to hear your feedback, bug reports or feature requests! To ensure a direct response from us send them to email@example.com. You can also tweet us at @secondgear (http://twitter.com/secondgear) or Like us on Facebook (http://facebook.com/secondgearsoftware). We're always happy to help our users and receive their comments! Thank you!
What's new in this version:
* [FIX] Resolved issue where TextExpander snippets wouldn't update. * [FIX] Resolved potential crasher when following @secondgear on Twittter failed. * [FIX] Resolved issue where users would see "Error 513" when creating new files in some instances. * [FIX] Resolved potential crasher when trying to set a nil string in the attributedText value. * [FIX] Resolved potential crasher when setting the editor style. * [FIX] Resolved 'Cocoa Error 4' issue when creating new folders.