@maique to me is that I prefer the way Ulysses handles links, it’s much cleaner and easier to my eyes in a way. I don’t recall this from iA but in Ulysses you can even assign tags/categories already existing in your Micro.blog account. I like that I can skip the drafts part of the publishing process. And most of all Ulysses Revision mode, I love that feature. I think iA writer has something similar but never clicked for me or never knew how to properly use it. It seems easier in Ulysses
@maique I’ve been using the Beta since it was first released. I have also used iA Writer. To me Ulysses feels more complete. So much more happens in app, including options to add a title or not, schedule, just save as a draft, even an option to see it in the browser or not. I have three Micro.blog blogs under one account, and Ulysses allows me to choose which one I post to. This has made me come back to Ulysses. @Gaby @manton
@crossingthethreshold Thank you for the thorough reply. A few very good points. Not sure how many of those I would use regularly, but some. I like iA Writer, despite it’s faults, but for the most part enjoy the experience I have posting with it. The hefty subscription on Ulysses vs. the already paid iA Writer is also a consideration.
@maique I hear you about the subscription. I suffer from subscription fatigue and from time to time review the subscription based apps that I use. If that can be put aside for a moment, I think that at the end of the day it is about workflow. If an app is working for you, regardless of how it shows up in features or how it executes a particular function against another app's take on the same function, stick with the app. You'll be more productive and happier as well! 😊