Today’s featured app is Strike. Strike is a simple application that makes your writing projects more manageable. Users can work alone or invite colleagues to write collaboratively.
The app has Markdown support and many other useful features that I’ll cover in this post.
Writing, editing, and formatting documents
- Markdown – Capture your notes and see them automatically. Strike has automatic Markdown preview, so users can see their formatted document as they write. Strike Markdown includes headings, ordered and unordered lists, checklists, links, code blocks, attachments, and other helpful formatting features
- Formatting – The formatting features are on the right side so users can easily select text editing tools
- Elements – Add MathJax formulas, tables, or a variety of chart types
- Outlines – Generate outlines automatically
- Navigation – Use the side panel on the left side of the document to navigate long files easily Users can also identify and select headers or tags on the page from the left panel to navigate directly to that section of the document
Saving and exporting documents
- Files – Upload file attachments and export documents as PDFs
- Protection – Password protect your Strike documents, lock files, and use version control for file history
- Sync – Sync documents with iCloud so that it is available on all your Apple devices
Other useful features
- Themes – Select from different themes and colors
- Statistics – See document statistics
- Collaboration – Strike is useful when working with colleagues. Users can invite up to 10 people to collaborate on a document in real-time. The app may also be an alternative to Google Docs if you are looking for a simpler interface.
Strike is available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
I tested the app through Setapp, a subscription service for Mac apps. Setapp has been one of my most significant investments to date and almost all of the apps on my computer are available through the app.
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