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Ulysses Review

Kirk McElhearn:

All this adds up to a uniquely powerful tool for writers who don’t work in a linear fashion. It is sometimes useful to work not from the beginning to the end of a document but to move around and explore different ideas as they come. Ulysses lets you do that, but in a radically different manner than other programs, such as outliners. While you could do the same with a folder full of files, Ulysses gives you document management tools that pull all the related files together.

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