The popular writing and documenting program called Ulysses, received an update to its iOS app a few days ago, that brought about a revised interface, new features and full compatibility for the iPhone X.

Various interactions in Ulysses have been reworked, and the app now offers a full-screen design for the iPhone X’s OLED display, as well as improved objects and tools within it, like their images, annotations, notes and footnotes.

In addition, Ulysses also supports Face ID now, which is Apple’s new facial authentication system, to help protect your account better. The app also included a new default editor theme, featuring a few amplified colors and bold black headlines, to make the app a bit more vivid, cleaner and more appealing to use and write on.

You can download Ulysses for free at the App Store for any iPhone or iPad with an iOS 10.0 or later. However, after a 14-day trial period, a subscription is required to unlock the app on all devices, where you can get a monthly subscription for $4.99 or a yearly subscription for $39.99.

Source: MacRumors, App Store

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