I’ve heard of Terminology for iOS before, but have never used it myself. This is probably because with few exceptions, all my writing takes place on OS X machines. If I were Federico Viticci, a dictionary app for iOS might make more sense.
Yesterday, Greg Pierce of Agile Tortiose released a version of Terminology for OS X, which integrates with the built-in OS X Dictionary.app. Installation was a breeze, and I suspect my dictionary queries will be much more broadly covered than before.
Agile Tortiose is the same team that makes Drafts, a power-user note-taking app for iOS. Drafts is great because it launches with a blank note and the “cursor” ready to take typing inputs from the keyboard. I have gone back and forth between Drafts and Vesper (and Simplenote) over the past few years, ultimately settling on Vesper for the typography.
(via Brett Terpstra)
I’m never truly settled when it comes to apps. ↩