July 30, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Bangor, Maine - Hog Bay Software today releases WriteRoom.iPhone 2.0. For people who want to write and take notes on their iPhone. WriteRoom is a distraction free writing environment. Unlike Notes, WriteRoom provides a clean interface and tether free syncing.
* Full-screen editing
* Sync to WriteRoom.ws (beta)
* Share your documents over Wi-Fi
Full-screen editing is a new WriteRoom.iPhone 2.0 feature. In full-screen mode toolbars and the status bar fade away, leaving you with a distraction free view of your text. Watch the screencast on WriteRoom.iPhone's home page to see this feature in action.
WriteRoom.ws is a new companion website for WriteRoom.iPhone. WriteRoom.ws stores your writing online so that it is always available, even when you don't have your iPhone. Unlike most iPhone sync solutions, WriteRoom.ws will intelligently merge multiple changes so that you won't lose data. The WriteRoom.iPhone sync protocol is efficient, saving you time and bandwidth.
The Wi-Fi document sharing feature has a new text focused web UI. It includes keyboard shortcuts for quickly opening and saving files, and the text area now allows for entering tab characters.
Inspired by WriteRoom for OS X. When you purchase WriteRoom.iPhone, you'll get a $5 off coupon that can be used when purchasing the Mac OS X version of WriteRoom or TaskPaper.
* Requires iPhone 3.0 Software Update
* Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch
* Wi-Fi support requires access to wireless network
* WriteRoom.ws sync requires Google ID (Free) and network access
Pricing and Availability:
WriteRoom.iPhone 2.0 may be purchased from the iTunes App Store for $4.99 (USD). It's a free update for existing WriteRoom.iPhone 1.0 users.
Located in Bangor, Maine, Hog Bay Software was founded in 2001 by Jesse Grosjean. Hog Bay Software is also the creator of WriteRoom and TaskPaper for the Mac, and of Bubbles and Letters for the iPhone. Copyright 2001-2009 Hog Bay Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.