Ever since distraction-free writing environment WriteRoom appeared, developers have tried to find the perfect balance between features and control, enabling writers to concentrate without clutter, yet not feel hemmed in by limitations. Typed has a keener sense of design than most, yet doesn’t overpower the user by overly enforcing the developer’s way of doing things.
For all intents and purposes, there are but two names in the desktop-presentation app business: Keynote and PowerPoint. Deckset wants you to consider a third option. With a stripped-down interface that stays far out of the way as you work, Deckset puts a fresh spin on the standard formula that skips the fancy graphics and hypnotizing animations, and focuses on what really matters: what you want to say.
By now, you probably know that we love Markdown -- the simple and easy to use HTML editor. While there are many other capable tools out there, we recently ran across an app called Valletta that not only creates Markdown (.md) documents, but also lets you export your work to HTML, PDF, and Microsoft Word documents.
Read on to learn how you can use the Valletta app to create automatically-formatted PDFs and Word Documents.
Mirabile dictu! There's quite a bit of la francaise in this week's price drops, so if you're planning a trip to the Left Bank be sure to load these apps. And for the rest of you, let's just have a look at what we've got cooking in this week's Price Drop.
Markdown is a lightweight markup language that you can use to create content. We've shown you before how to create your own webpages with it, but did you know you could make presentations, too? Forget Powerpoint and Keynote. With Markdown Presenter, you can create simple, quick presentations using just a simple text editor. Read on to find out how.
There are some great games seeing a sizable erasure of their cost this weekend, so we're sure you'll want to be nabbing some of those including ever popular PopCap games. What else does this weekend hold for you? Well, let's go and see.