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iOS: Ulysses is one of the best writing tools available for Apple devices and today it's finishing off its trilogy with the release of the iPhone version of the app.
I'm a huge fan of to-do lists. They help me stay organised, prioritise my day, and add structure to an otherwise chaotic schedule. I recently discovered what appears to be the best yet simplest way to keep a to-do list: a GitHub Gist.
Mac: We're fans of Write, the note taking app for iPhone that's full of features but retains a simple interface, and now that app is on its way to the Mac. Currently, you can check it out for free while it's in beta.
Mac/iOS: ia Writer is one of the more popular minimal text editors, and the Pro edition for both Mac and iOS adds some useful extra features. While it retains the simplicity of just offering text on a page, Writer Pro also includes several modes for different stages of writing and an incredibly useful syntax control to give you a lot more power when you're editing.
Android: If you like writing in Markdown (and you should), Draft is a great note taking app for Android with Dropbox syncing and a clean interface.
Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Thunderbird/Postbox: Markdown is a great way to instantly render text as HTML without knowing a lick of coding. If you want to use that in an email client like Gmail or Postbox, Markdown Here adds the functionality easily.
We've shown you the wonders of Markdown as great for your to-do lists and notes. If you love Markdown too, but you're stuck with a bunch of Google docs that aren't in the format (but need to be), this Google Apps Script converts them instantly.