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Daedalus Touch

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  • Category: Productivity
  • Released date: 05/21/2011
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • Seller: The Blue Technologies Group
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 3163869
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi

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INTRODUCTORY PRICE CELEBRATING DAEDALUS' RELEASE. 33% OFF!!!
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Daedalus touch is the first truly next-gen text editor on iPad. No file lists, no folders, no documents in the classic sense – just paper stacks and an infinite amount of sheets. You navigate by standard gestures, all perfectly mapped and matched to the tasks at hand.

Interacting with digital texts has never felt so natural: Flick through pages by swiping left and right, reorder stacks and sheets via drag'n'drop, use pinch to open or close stacks, and select multiple sheets for export by simply tapping on them.

Watch it all at http://www.daedalusapp.com/

Daedalus allows you to synchronize stacks with standard folders on Dropbox and MobileMe. It also includes an export facility to send texts as email, or to mail txt-files as attachments.

Single sheets can even be sent to other iPad apps capable of reading txt-files; write in Daedalus, format in Pages – no problem.


FEATURES
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Create, share and synchronize your writings in a beautiful, all-natural environment. Daedalus completely ditches the technical aspects of current-gen text editors and word processors.

Stacks and sheets instead of folders and files.

Manual sorting of stacks and sheets (no, really).

Always-on global search. Modeless match highlighting.

Responsive editor, even for large texts (20.000 words and more).

Character- and word count.

Built-in support for TextExpander touch.

Built-in web browser to quickly look up or post stuff on the internet.

Three different font choices. Three different color choices (including a "dark mode" for writing at night).

Manual sync with Dropbox and/or MobileMe; import folders, set a remote sync-folder, sync single stacks, set cloud service on-the-fly.

Export via email, iTunes sharing and iPad's "Open in..." service.

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