Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Elements App Adds Sort, Search, Delete and Rename

Elements has been updated with many improvements including the added the ability to sort, search, delete and rename files.

Elements is a beautiful, versatile text editor for iOS. Elements allows you to view, edit and share plain text 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.

- Create, view and edit text files (.txt) on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
- Cloud based: Elements stores all its data in an /Elements subfolder on your personal Dropbox account so you can access it via your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC
- 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 attachment
- Sort file listings by name or modified date.
- Customize the look of the text editor to fit your workflow
- TextExpander touch support
- Free customer support via email

What's New In This Version:
* [NEW] Added ability to sort by file name and creation date.
* [NEW] Added ability to search your Elements files.
* [NEW] Added file list view for iPad version.
* [NEW] Added release notes view under settings.
* [NEW] You can now delete files within Elements.
* [NEW] You can now rename files within Elements. Tap the file name in the editing view. [Network Connection Req'd]
* [CHANGE] Updated UI to be more subdued and less 'marbly'.
* [CHANGE] Refined version of the app icon.
* [CHANGE] Dramatically improved the file creation process to be less intrusive and jarring.
* [CHANGE] Added some padding to edges of text view. Landscape mode on the iPad now more narrow to mimic a writing environment.
* [CHANGE] Added signin overlay for authentication view.
* [CHANGE] Updated to latest version of TextExpander SDK.
* [FIX] Switches in settings are now accessory views so they don't look crappy in landscape mode.
* [FIX] Scratchpad should behave better with VoiceOver.
* [FIX] Miscellaneous bug fixes and performance improvements.

You can purchase Elements - Dropbox Powered Text Editor from the App Store for $4.99.

*thanks iclarified*

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